The Most Dangerous Game
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Exposition: Rainford, Zaroff, Ivan, Nielson, Whitnes.
Title: The Most Dangerous Game
By: Aurora Grishaj
Conflict: "No General, I will not hunt." (Connell.73)
Rising Action: "If you are within the sound of my voice, let me congratulate you. Not many men know how to hunt a malay man catcher." (Connell. 77) "You've done well Rainsford, your tiger pit has claimed one of my best dogs." (Connell. 78)
Resolution: "I congratulate you, he said, you have won the game." (Connell 79)
Climax: Rainford knows he has to jump in the water. "Nerve, Nerve, Nerve." (Connell 77 and 78).
Falling Action: Rainford finally jumps in the water. "Nerve, Nerve, Nerve." (Connell 77 and 78).
Theme: The theme for this is to not hunt for animals because they have feelings just like people. And they should be left alone.
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