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The start of The Most Dangerous Game argues " 'The best sport in the world' agreed Rainsford. 'For the hunter' amended Whitney 'Not for the Jaguar'. 'Don't talk rot Whitney' said Rainsford (Connell 60).
In this part the author illustrates "Even as he touched it, The general could sense the danger and leapt back with the agility of a ape. He wasn't quick enough as the tree hit his shoulder" (Connell 77)
This illustrates how Rainsford escaped "Rainsford hesittated. He heard the hounds, then leaped as far as he could into the sea" (Connell 80)
This is how the story ends "'The general made one of his deepest bows. 'I see' he said. 'Splendid! One of us will furhish a repast for the hounds, and the other will have the best sleep they ever had' rainsford had never slept better in his life (Connell 80).
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