Characterization of General Zaroff
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I think he went that way.
General Zaroff, from the story "The Most Dangerous Game" is a hunter who has grown board with hunting animals. So he decides to hunt something that can match his intelligence, the most dangerous prey of all: humans. Zaroff displays several characteristics through out the story, including intelligence, resourcefulness, and the abailty to convince others to join his hunt.
He definitely went this way.
General Zaroff shows he in intelligent by being able to lure people to his island. The text says he uses a fake signal to lure ships to the island, and when they crash into the rocks, Zaroff gets to hunt the people on the ships.
Join my hunt!
General Zaroff shows he is resourceful by being able to follow Rainsford's trails. Even though the clues are practically invisible, Zaroff uses his resourcefulness to track Rainsford.
Are you in?
The text says, "Nothing escaped those searching black eyes, no crushed blade of grass, no bent twig, no mark, no matter how faint, in the moss."
Zaroff also shows he in very convincing by getting people to join his hunt. He can persuade other people to do his hunt, which is important because , without this skill, hewould not have anyone to play his "game".
The text says Zaroff says, "But may I not venture to suggest that you will find my idea of sport more diverting than Ivan's?... You'll find this game worth playing. Your brain against mine. Your woodcraft against mine.our strength and stamina against mine." Zaroff makes his hunt sound like a challenge, and basically threatens the other people into joining his hunt. This shows he is very convincing, because he gets pretty much everyone that comes to the island to join his hunt.
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