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The story The Most Dangerous Game it was a physical conflict between two persons representing good and evil It was a conflict against the desecration of human life done by General Zaroff General Zaroff was a vicious and barbaric antagonist who hunts and kills human life for the thrill of it Rainsford due to circumstances was catapulted into the position of protecting mankind and defending the sanctity of life At first it was a clash of ideas with Zaroff but it was later transformed into a clash of mental stamina-who outwits the other It was in Rainsfords hands on how to save himself from Zaroff and eventually kill him in the end The conflict was resolved with the death of Zaroff-an obvious sign of the victory of good over evil On the other hand the conflict of good and evil was shown in the person Dick Prosser It was an internal struggle of good and evil Dicks religiousness and strong faith in God was highly emphasized in the short story However the evil came out in him when he killed several people Although it was almost impossible to think that Dick committed such a crime it was also imperative that it was a long struggle inside him and in which he was defeated I believe that the short story The Child by Tiger has greater moral significance because of its plausibility and applicability to our human situation Its conflict mirrors our own image It shows man bombarded with difficulties I believe that The Most Dangerous Game lacked the reality in presenting its moral significance The Child by Tiger mirrors how we experience internal struggles in life It shows how we are trapped and torn from the dilemma of getting the right choice It is an everyday battle of choosing between good and evil and the discretion lies within us It also shows the different social climates abroad and how it is related
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