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  • Rainsford, in the beginning, didn't care how animals felt. He thought that they didn't feel anything which made Rainsford heartless.
  • Who cares how the animals feel?
  • When Rainsford met general Zaroff, he was a bit cautious. He didn't like how he was very polite and lived on a deserted island.
  • Nice to meet you general Zaroff.
  • He's a murderer!
  • When Rainsford found out that general Zaroff was a murderer, he was shocked and at the same time he was aggravated.
  • There is one that can.
  • When general Zaroff was hunting Rainsford, Rainsford was nervous and stressed. He made traps to try and kill the general but they wouldn't work. This is when he realizes that he is an animal and has to survive. He also questions why the general thinks hunting men is fun.
  • How could he do such a thing?
  • Very impressive Mr. Rainsford.
  • Rainsford, in the end, understood how animals felt when being hunted. General Zaroff congratulated Rainsford for winning the game but Rainsford wasn't happy. The general challenged Rainsford to a duel and Rainsford won.
  • I see. One of us gets fed to the hounds and the other sleeps in this wonderful bed. On guard Rainsford!
  • In the end, Rainsford is experienced and he takes perspective because he understood how animals felt. Rainsford did change over time and had conflicts with himself and with the general. He no longer was ignorant or naïve.
  • Those poor animals.
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