The Most Dangerous Game By Richard Connell Essay

970 Words Nov 14th, 2016 4 Pages
In all stores, there are two main characters; the protagonist and the antagonist. Sometimes the protagonist or the antagonist might not be a character, but an internal force of a character. Other times they could be an object or feelings. In many stories, the two main characters of protagonist and antagonist often have various things in common. The common things the characters share relates them to each other and connects the plot. The differences that the characters have amongst each other is what separates them. Differences of the characters also helps the readers identify between the protagonist and the antagonist. In the story, The Most Dangerous Game, there are two main characters; Rainsford and Zaroff. These two characters share many things in common with each other. They also have many differences between them which separates their characteristics. The readers are able to label the protagonist and the antagonist between Rainsford and Zaroff. In The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell, Rainsford and Zaroff share many similarities and differences which results in Rainsford changing his mind about hunting by the end of the story without becoming like Zaroff because of their different characteristics. In the exposition of the story, Sanger Rainsford meets General Zaroff after falling off a yacht and they get to know each other over a course of meal. The men are similar in relevance to the plot because they are both share and enjoy the interest of hunting. They…

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