The Most Dangerous Game Essay | Essay

Richard Connell
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The Most Dangerous Game and the Black Water Pot

Summary: Compares two short stories, "The Most Dangerous Game" and "The Black Water Pot." Examines conflict, setting, and plot development. Describes how each story deals with man's struggle against his environment.
In the two short stories "The black-water pot" and "The most dangerous game" there are many similarities and differences. There are similarities in conflict and in the outcome of events in the plot. However there is a difference in setting. These are only few points of comparison in the stories "The black-water pot" and "The most dangerous game"

First, the two stories show similarities in their well-built conflicts. In "The black-water pot", the primary conflict is between Henderson and "the gang", "Bug" Mitchell and "Red" Pichot. The conflict goes back to the first couple of pages of the story, "When Henderson came to his senses [in a] bewildering position" (108). Henderson soon realizes that "his enemies had back-trailed him" (108) and he "was [on a log] in the great stone pot of the black-water Eddy" (108). After Henderson gathers a sense of reality, he looks up to determine the situation and...

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