"Dangerous Game" Symbolism
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"You see, I read all books on hunting published in English, French, and Russian. I have but one passion in my life Mr. Rainsford, and it is to hunt."
"A new animal? You're joking."
"I had to invent a new animal to hunt." "Not at all. I never joke about hunting. I needed a new animal. I found one."
" He had achieved a doze when, just as morning began to come, he heard, far off in the jungle, the faint report of a pistol"... "As for me" , the general sighed, " I do not feel so well. I am worried , Mr. Rainsford. Last night I detected traces of my old complaint."
This quote relates to symbolism of the Cossack general knowing Sanger Rainsford due t reading the hunting books that were published in many languages. The symbol for the quote is the book.
The symbol for this quote is the general's new animal invention that he "created" to hunt. This refers to symbolism by the by the general leaving Rainsford in a curious thought of why and what the general has done.
The symbol in this quote is the sound of the pistol. The significance of the quote is when Rainsford hears the pistol he is certain that it is the general shooting an "animal" in the morning. The only thing is the general acted as if he had never found anything that early morning when he went hunting. In the end, this relates to symbolism because the quote shows the superstition that Rainsford has for the generals plans for his next hunting target.
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