The most dangerous game

The most dangerous game

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  • The climax of the Most Dangerous Game is when Zaroff hunts Rainsford in the forest on the island. It is two and a half pages of pure on your seat action as Rainsford constantly sets up traps for General Zaroff and his hounds. Rainsford had to use both his quick thinking and his military training to constantly outwit Zaroff and his hounds. 
  • The falling action was when Rainsford confronted Zaroff in his bedroom. Rainsford had already won the game and could go home as Zaroff promised, but he chose to stay and kill Zaroff because he was mad that Zaroff forced him to be the huntee. He managed to sneak into Zaroff's humongous house and hide until he got the General alone. The loser of the fight had to go sleep with the hounds while the winner got to sleep in the bed. 
  • The resolution was a bit of a cliff hanger. The book said "He had never slept in a better bed, Rainsford decided." It never got into the details of the fight, but using inferences, you can tell that Rainsford won and Zaroff slept with the hounds. The change was rather abrupt from falling action to resolution, and the resolution was terribly short. Although it is so short, you still get a lot of information out of it. You infer that Rainsford won the fight, and that he will probably stay on the island for a while. 
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