"Dangerous Game" Character
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Don't talk rot Whitney! You're a big game hunter, not a philosopher! Who cares how the jaguar feels?
Best sport for the hunter, but not for the jaguar...
I basically hunt humans. It gives me a challenge!
Hunting? What you speak of is murder General Zaroff!
Tonight -- You and I -- We will hunt.
Please no! I will not hunt!
In the beginning, Rainsford had no sympathy for hunted animals. At this point we understand that he is a big-game hunter, who should have at least a small amount of symapthy.
Mid-story Rainsford discovers that General Zaroff hunts humans, which he finds extremely disturbing, and even calls the General a murderer. So far we understand that Rainsford feels like THIS is murder but still feels no sympathy for hunted animals.
By the end of the story, we hope, but do not know, that Rainsford has gained at least SOME sympathy for hunted animals after being hunted by the General. Rainsford has developed a lot as a character since the beginning of the story, the min change/development being that he has gained empathy for hunted animals.
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