What is the most important passage of Into The Wild? I need help?

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This is really a matter of opinion, and I think it should be your opinion.  Ask yourself which part of the book was most exciting, or most meaningful to you.  I think there are many parts of this book that would create a strong emotion in most readers, but one probably mostly appeals to you.

In a way, the postcard from Alex to Wayne that is quoted at the outset of "Chapter One: The Alaska Interior" is the most important passage. This is for several reasons. One is that it is the source from whence the title of the book is derived. Another is that it clearly states Alex knew his "adventure" might...

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