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Have you ever had feelings about something that later changed In The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Conel I will show how one character changes his opinion about something after he has experienced it himself Almost all of us have said Oh thats easy or I could do that any day and then find out that the task is harder then it looked In a summary The Most Dangerous Game is a story about a man named Rainsford whom gets stranded on an island with a crazed general This general is named General Zaroff Rainsford was an excellent hunter who wrote many books about hunting General Zaroff was a fan of Rainsfords books so he immediately knew who Rainsford was when he found him General Zaroff let Rainsford in and treated him to good food and plenty of rest Zaroff was talking to Rainsford about hunting and then Zaroff explained his passion he hunted humans because animals were no challenge Rainsford did not like this and tried to avoid Zaroff Soon after this Zaroff gave Rainsford a choice it was either Zaroff would hunt Rainsford for three days or Rainsford will get whipped in the dungeon of Zaroffs home until he agrees to be hunted Unwillingly Rainsford picks to go hunting and hopes to survive the three days If he did live he would be set free with money and new clothing so Zaroff says On the hunting trip Rainsford successfully avoids Zaroff for three days by hiding and setting up traps then he pretends to go to sea by freeing the boats Finally he sneaks into Zaroffs room and hides there until Zaroff arrives Eventually he confronts Zaroff and fights him to his death After that Rainsford gets the best night sleep he has ever had I feel that Richard Conel tried to express a feeling of change within the characters mind Before Rainsford was ever hunted he was cruel to animals He would
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