The Most Dangerous Game Essay | Essay

Richard Connell
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3 Main Conflicts in the Most Dangerous Game

Summary: In the short story, "The Most Dangerous Game," by Richard Connell a man named Sanger Rainsford suffered many conflicts. Rainsford had a conflict with the sea, a conflict with General Zaroff, and a conflict with himself.
Every time a person solves a major crisis in his or her life, a bigger one arises. In the short story, "The Most Dangerous Game," by Richard Connell a man named Sanger Rainsford suffered many conflicts. Rainsford had a conflict with the sea, a conflict with General Zaroff, and a conflict with himself. Swimming in a secure pool is fun. On the other hand swimming in a pool of salt water splashing in your face till you gag, is not as much fun.

Swimming in the salt saturated sea for hours seems quite impossible, on the contrary, in this story; Rainsford had to do it to survive. Either that, or he gets swallowed by the sea. In the beginning of the story Sanger Rainsford fell off his yacht on his way to a hunting expedition. He had faced many hardships on his way to safety. "Desperately he struck...

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