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Life Is Not A Game The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell is about General Zaroff and Sanger Rainsford two men and their passion for hunting Both men are champion hunters and become opponents in an ultimate pursuit of to death hunting of each other The central idea of this story is hunters eventually become the hunted There is several instances throughout this story that show the hunters becoming the hunted The story begins with Rainsford on a trip to go hunt jaguars on the Amazon Jaguars which naturally stalk their prey will be the quarries of the games-men A turn of events takes place when Rainsford falls off the yacht The sea which he once had saddle by use of a boat now tries to capture him Rainsford survives his enemy the sea and made it to the shores of a secluded island It is on this island that Rainsford meets General Zaroff and a game of the Cossack Zaroff was the cat he Rainsford was the mouse is ensued The story ends in a twist when the General who has spent his lifetime hunting and killing winds ups being the quest and then is murdered by Rainsford The two main characters of this story are Sanger Rainsford and General Zaroff Rainsford character is dynamic while General Zaroff is a stereotypical character who remains static throughout the story Though Rainsford is the major character Zaroffs Stewart 2 part is just as important and it is through their intense encounter that causes the change within Rainsford Rainsford of General Zaroff only gives physical descriptions such as him having a pointed mustache and the face of a man used to giving orders While no physical description is given of Rainsford there is however details about his thoughts and what he says that help you form an idea that he is a game hunter In the beginning Rainsford the states the world is made up
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