Most Dangerous Game-Setting
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"He lunged for it; a short horse cry came from his lips as he realized he had reached to far and lost his balance." (19)
"For he saw in the shallow valley that General Zaroff was still on his feet.But Ivan was not"(34)
Part 1: The setting in this scene is the forest and the jungle. The conflict is the "game" between Rainsford and General Zaroff. The setting contributes to the conflict because during the game they have to set up traps to kill one another.
"Its a game you see," I suggest to one of them that we go hunting. I give him a supply of food and an excellent hunting knife. I give him three hours." (28)
The setting in this scene is Rainsford at the sea. The setting contributes to the conflict because the conflict is that Rainsford falls into the sea. So if we didn't have the setting of him at the sea the conflict would not have happened.
This setting is Rainsford in the forest. The conflict is Rainsford killing Ivan. The setting contributes to the conflict because when Rainsford killed Ivan he meant to kill General Zaroff , Rainsford couldn't see who he was killing because of the setting. If the setting was different Rainsford could've seen who he was killing and could've killed General Zaroff and the story wouldn't have gone on.
Part 2: They only have a supply of food and a excellent hunting knife. They have to both use only that hunting knife to kill one another and the forest and the jungle is great places to hide traps. That's how the setting contributes to that conflict because if it would've been different they could've seen each other and wouldn't have places to set up their traps to kill one another.
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