In the book The Most Dangerous Game the character General Zaroff was a clever, classy, and ruthless man
He was past middle aged, he was tall, and had white hair, with thick black eyebrows and a black mustache
The text states, "Nothing escapes those searching black eyes, no crushed blade of grass, no bent twig, no mark, no matter how faint, in the moss." The text also states, "Only the devil himself could follow that complicated trail through the jungle after dark. ......... The general could follow a trail through the woods at night; he could follow an extremely difficult trail!" This shows that General Zaroff is clever.
In the text, Zaroff states, "Do you think the champagne has suffered it's long ocean trip?" This shows that General Zaroff is classy.
The text states, "Hunting? General Zaroff, what you speak of is murder." This shows that General Zaroff is ruthless
In the text, Zaroff states, "One of us is to furnish a repast for the hounds. The other will sleep in this very excellent bed." This shows the General Zaroff is ruthless.