In what ways do predominately good characteristics become deadly during the course of the narrative. Throughout the personal account novel Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer, there are fierce qualities which has mainly transformed from whole climbers’ satisfactory. Loyalty and teamwork invent whole members on Everest to experience hardships. In spite of inexperienced clients’ limitation, guides keep on pushing themselves to achieve their purpose. Due to all members in this expedition participate with their full of passion and determination, guides reveals arrogance, even over clients’ limitation. Moreover, Hall’s knowledge about media players such as Jon Krakauer and Sandy Pittman cause lethal events.
The degree of loyalty and teamwork on Everest amplifies potential hazards to professional guides and their fellow clients. In this expedition, ‘guide’ means a leader of group, thus all guides have responsibility to care clients as individual. However, caring those inexperienced climbers at the 8,000 meters above is too extreme for the guides. Shigekawa who is one of Japanese climber on Everest explains that they “were too tired to help. Above 8,000 meters is not a place where people can afford morality.” However, in that terrible condition, honorable guide such as Rob Hall has to support his client Doug Hansen. When Hall reaches to South summit to support Doug Hansen to achieve his goal, Doug’s oxygen has run out, and they become stranded at the top. Hall could have left Hansen and descend the mountain for survival, “Hall, however wouldn’t consider going down without Hansen.” Hall is trying to protect his clients until the very end and his loyalty could deserve respect as a leader. As a result, extreme loyalty and trusting between guides and clients brings more death on the expedition.
Inexperienced client’s greedy challenge also requires respectable guides’ death. Even though Rob hall well know about their clients’ ability of climbing skill, they push themselves...
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