The Most Dangerous Game
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External Conflict- man vs nature
In the story "The Dangerous Game" Rainsford experiences a man vs nature conflict.
Firstly, he has conflict with the ocean as he falls from the ship and tries his best not to drown. This is an example of man vs nature as nature is the opposing force
Another example of man vs nature has to do with Rainsford hunting. Because he is a hunter, and goes after game, he is opposing nature (the game).
However, man vs nature can be interpreted in another manner. It can also be man vs "nature" as in the conext of human nature.
An example of this is Rainsford and the Generals' nature to want to hunt and kill big game. It is in their "nature" to want to do this.
In conclusion, Rainsford experiences many man vs nature conflicts within the text, but they can be interpretted differently.
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