To Build a Fire
The Lesson that might be learned from reading this story is that you should be thoughtful about the environment that you are in, and use that information to get to safety if in danger. 'This fact did not worry the man. He was used to the lack of the sun. It had been days since he had seen the sun, and he knew that a few more days must pass before the cheerful orb, sue south, would just peep above the sky-line and dip immediately from view.' Another thing that you could learn from 'To Build a Fire' is to think before you act, 'But all this- the mysterious, far-reaching hairline trail, the absence of sun from the sky, the tremendous cold, and the strangeness and weirdness of it all.' Lastly, you can learn from the text that you should not chew tobacco in freezing weather, 'It was the penalty all tobacco-chewers paid in that country.' Those are three things that you can learn from the text of 'To Build a Fire.'