When it comes to Charlie, he is quite an independent and highly skilled pilot who keeps believing that everything can be dealt with by effective and quality machines if they’re in the hands of skilled people. Besides, he seems to be a stranger to the lands that he sees below, but this situation continues until one native woman called Konala changes. It’s worth mentioning that Charlie hated this woman at the very beginning, but then things changed considerably.
The main reason is that the impression of Konala to Charlie changes his attitude not only towards her, but also the nature in general. For example, he starts understanding that the nature has its own spirit. When he listens to her final words, Charlie suddenly realizes that Konala treated him like her real brother, so he starts regretting everything he did to her in the past.
In essence, this story shows the audience how the attitude of Charlie towards Konala and the nature changes from his hatred to something sympathetic. There are different qualities of this interesting woman that contributed to this change, including her hard work, unselfishness, leadership, resourcefulness, and so on. That’s why Konala becomes a role model to this independent and skilled pilot.
At the very beginning, the knowledge of Charlie about the nature was zero. He only needed some white fox pelts for trading from her people whom he often called Huskies. He considers Konala as someone who is lying one specific caribou hides. After his first glance of this woman, Charlie immediately understands that she has a terrible fever. That’s why he decides to take her with him, and huskies also give him 2 walrus tusks that are of the best quality.
The pilot needs to fly and take Konala to a small hospital, but his plane crashes only a few hours after leaving the homeland of huskies. This is when he starts hating the look of this woman, even though he likes her tentative smile. Whenever he gets deranged, Charlie takes all of his animosity on her, and even looking at her makes him mad. When Konala offers him some food, he waves her away and calls her an animal. He leaves without her, but this story ends both tragically and positively. That’s because Charlie ends up understanding many things about this woman and the nature, but she dies. This narration can be interesting to many types of readers.
When it comes to Charlie, he is quite an independent and highly skilled pilot who keeps believing that everything can be dealt with by effective and quality machines if they’re in the hands of skilled people. Besides, he seems to be a stranger to the lands that he sees below, but this situation continues until one native woman called Konala changes.