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"There was no breeze, the sea was as flat as a plate-glass window. We were drowning near the island then. What I felt was a-- mental chill, a sort of sudden dread."
"It was to a huge, beam ceilinged bedroom with a canopied bed big enough for six men that Rainsford followed the silent giant.
Ivan laid out an evening suit, and Rainsford, as he put it on, noticed that it came from a London tailor who ordinarily cut and sewed for none below the rank of Duke.
Rainsford did not want to believe what his reason told him was true, but the truth was as evident as the sun that had by now pushed through the morning mists.
The general was playing with him! The general was saving him for another days sport! The cossack was the cat;he was the mouse. Then it was that Rainsford knew the full meaning of terror.
This relates to the literary device because in the beginning when they first saw the island, Rainsford was scared and had a "mental chill" wishing he could go back.
This relates to the literary device because it shows that Rainsford kind of became suspicious of the island once he noticed the London tailored suit. Ship-Trap island wasn't a "fancy" island. The house doesn't fit the setting because the house is this big fancy place but the desert is honestly a "deserted" trap.
This relates to the literary device because this shows when Rainsford realizes, on the hunt that Zarrof in planning to use him as one of his "men"to help hunt. In the end Rainsford wins and get the bed.
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