"To Build a Fire" by Jack London?
The short story is about a man and a dog on the Yukon Trail, the man is freezing cold.
What does this passage men to you?
"A certain fear of death, dull and oppressive, came to him....He ran blindly, without intention, in fear such as he had never known in his life....there was another thought in his mind that said he would never get to the camp.....Sometimes it pushed itself forward and demanded to be heard, but he thrust it back and strove to think of other things."
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
To Build a Fire - Jack London
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- RatherBeReadingLv 41 decade ago
it means he was scared for his life