The Most Dangerous Game

The Most Dangerous Game

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  • Rainsord has a very cruel and heartless opinion on the hunting of animals. It shows in his actions and comments.
  • Rainsford: Who cares how animals feel? They have no sense.
  • When Rainsford is presented with the idea of Zaroff hunting people he believes it's murder. This makes Rainsford seem hypocritical because he hunts animals himself
  • Hunt people? That's murder!
  • I want you to hunt with me in the jungle.
  • Rainsford begins to go head to head with Zaroff. During this time Rainsford has no sign of change in his personality. He has confidence that he can out smart his opponent.
  • Even a hunter like Zaroff can't follow my trail.
  • While in the forest, Rainsford struggles to survive and is faced with fighting Zaroff. In a time with intense competition, Rainsford shows no change in his proud character.
  • He'll never find me here.
  • You'll never win Rainsford.
  • Rainsford once thought that hunting people was murder and was wrong. But now he understands that in order to get off the island alive he will have to kill Zaroff.
  • I've won. And now I'm ready to hunt you.
  • In the end Rainsfords character does not change at all. He started the story being very proud and ignorant, and is still that way at the end of the book.
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