The Most Dangerous Game Essay | Essay

Richard Connell
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The Most Dangerous Game

Summary: Discusses Richard Connell's story, "The Most Dangerous Game." Debates whether or not Rainsford played the game fairly. Summarizes the story.
Rainsford did play the "hunt" game in Richard Connell's story, "The Most Dangerous Game." In Connell's story, Rainsford falls off a boat and swims to a nearby island in hopes of finding civilization. He finds a house which is inhabited by a giant, Ivan, and his master, General Zaroff. Zaroff then lets Rainsford stay, but will not let him leave until he wins a game, where Zaroff gets to hunt Rainsford and kill him if he finds him. If Zaroff can not find Rainsford after three days, he will let Rainsford leave the island. Rainsford plays the game because it is unfair to Rainsford that Zaroff knows the island quite well, he is never told any actual rules, and Rainsford is fighting to survive. Therefore, even if Rainsford had been told some rules and boundaries, if would most likely not abide by them because his life is on...

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