goldengoodgirl
  • goldengoodgirl
What fatal mistake, from a Naturalist's perspective, does the man in Jack London's "To Build a Fire" make? A. He fails to acknowledge the power of nature. B. He fails to care properly for his dog. C. He fails to deal fairly with his partners. D. He fails to respect his elders.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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PhaserDazeHer
  • PhaserDazeHer
A naturalistic perspective is a perspective to nature so, "A" would make the most sense.
anonymous
  • anonymous
"A. He fails to acknowledge the power of nature" is the fatal mistake that he makes, since he believes he has more time and resources than he actually does, and the cold overtakes him.
goldengoodgirl
  • goldengoodgirl
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anonymous
  • anonymous
np

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