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Conflicts in The Most Dangerous Game The Most Dangerous Game is a bizarre hunting story In this story General Zaroff hunts Rainsford Richard Connells The Most Dangerous Game included many types of conflict such as the following Rainsford versus nature Rainsford versus himself and Rainsford versus General ZaroffThe first type of external conflict Rainsford versus nature was portrayed many times in the story While Rainsford was on the ship with his friend Whitney he had an encounter with the bad weather and the moist black velvet night When Rainsford fell in the ocean he had a tough battle with the water Rainsford barely had enough energy to swim to the Ship-Trap Island Another external conflict transpired when Rainsford was in the jungle trying to outlast General Zaroff for three day Rainsford had to deal with the scorching heat Being in the jungle Rainsford also had to deal with numerous kinds of insects and animals The battle between Rainsford and nature was difficult nevertheless Rainsford did not surrender In addition to Rainsfords struggle with nature he also had struggles within himself When in the ocean he went through another type of internal conflict Rainsford had to stop panicking or he would have drowned He became coolheaded and realized his clothes were not helping his strokes so he wrestled out of his clothes Rainsford also kept a cool head when Ivan was pointing a pistol at him Rainsford knew he had to keep his composure or Ivan would fire away Another type of internal conflict that Rainsford went through was when General Zaroffs told him about hunting men Rainsford contemplated within himself of whether he should or should not attack General Zaroff An equally important internal conflict occurred during the three days that Rainsford was in the jungle Connell used conflict when Rainsford kept telling himself I will not lose my nerve I will not Connell 20 While Rainsford was on the tree and General Zaroff was
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