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"Perhaps the jaguar does," Whitney observed.
"Who cares how the jaguar feels?" said Rainsford.
After Rainsford fell off the boat and swam to the island, he began to wander around and look for signs of civilization. He eventually came across a huge mansion. He knocked on the front door and soon went inside. He met the owner of the house and the island, the man named General Zaroff.
General Zaroff began to tell Rainsford about himself, he told him about how he was a master hunter and how he had become bored with it because it was too easy. So he began to hunt humans, he felt they presented a greater challenge because they have the ability to reason. He bought the island to hunt humans on. He lures ships to the island and makes them wreck, then hunts the crew.
Zaroff told Rainsford why he had guided his ship to his island: to make it possible for him to hunt Rainsford. He'd gotten bored with the dull-witted sailors that had been previously brought to the island. Zaroff gave him a choice: either play his hunting game or be tortured by his brawny servant. Rainsford chose to play the game.
Zaroff gives Rainsford three days to outrun him and to outlive him. If Rainsford can kill him first or last the three days without Zaroff killing him then he can leave the island. Rainsford makes several attempts at killing Zaroff but fails every time. Rainsford ends up killing his servant instead. But, he does prove to be a very interesting and some what challenging hunt.
After lasting the three days, Rainsford snuck into Zaroff's house and killed him. That night, he slept better in his bed then he ever had before.
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