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Mr Rainsford did not kill General Zaroff in cold blood but rather in self-defense doing this world a favor by getting rid of such a beast as General Zaroff Sanger Rainsford is not a murderer but rather a savior The general gets bored with hunting animals and in his words decides that he had to invent a new animal to hunt21 This new animal being humans sailors who happened to have the tragic luck of running into his ship-trap General Zaroff is a cold-blooded murderer who kills for sport and pleasure and plans out his murders However his own death at the hands of Mr Rainsford is in self-defense and in remembrance of all the men taken by the general General Zaroff has been killing men on his island for many years all simply for sport and his pleasure He is a man that adamantly thinks out his murders and then makes a game a most dangerous game out of his victims The threat of being turned over to Ivan forces them to run As the general explains to Mr Rainsford He need not play the game if he doesnt wish to If he does not wish to hunt I turn him over to Ivan Ivan once had the honor of serving as official knouter to the Great White Czar and he has his own ideas of sport Invariably Mr Rainsford invariably they choose the hunt They are forced to run or be slowly tortured by Ivan knowing that they would inevitably be killed installing the utmost fear in their minds Then the man is tracked down possibly for days until the general takes a small pistol and ends their life General Zaroff has a blurred sense of reality and does not see that what he is doing is wrong He simply views it as hunting a harmless sport When Mr Rainsford questions the general on his seriousness the general replies Why should I not
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