The Most Dangerous Game Essay | Essay

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The Most Dangerous Game

Summary: Essay provides a character analysis of Rainsford and General Zaroff from "The Most Dangerous Game."
This story consists of two main characters, Rainsford and General Zaroff. Rainsford is an experienced hunter who enjoys the sport and has written a book upon the subject. He hunts because he enjoys it. General Zaroff has been hunting his entire life. Hunting has become dull and he needs something new to hunt. He has hunted the largest most difficult game and still is not challenged. Zaroff then decides to hunt man.

This story takes place on a Caribbean island. The story involves a war between the two main characters. Zaroff is attempting to hunt Rainsford. The geography of the island is a great place for such a thing because it has swamps, thick brush and trees, trails, and quicksand. All of these features cause the characters to display all of their tricks and traps that they have acquired over the years. The setting causes a lot of...

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