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Essay | Rainsford and Zaroff in "The Most Dangerous Game"

Richard Connell
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Rainsford and Zaroff in "The Most Dangerous Game"

Summary: The two main characters in "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell are Rainsford and Zaroff. They are similar in that they both love hunting, but their philosophies about the sport are different.
In the story, "The Most Dangerous Game," Rainsford and Zaroff, the two main characters, are very much alike yet very different. But, there are two main characteristics of the characters that collates there similarities and differences. The two characters are similar because the both have a strong passion for hunting but they are different in their philosophies of the sport.

Rainsfords's passion for hunting is very evident throughout the story. He considered himself a hunter because he has traveled all around the world and wrote many books on hunting. He expresses his affection for the sport during the story, calling it "the best sport in the world."

Zaroff, like Rainsford, has a strong admiration for hunting. It is clear that Zaroff is an avid hunter for the reason that when Rainsford enters his home he sees the heads of many different animals...

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