The Most Dangerous Game By Richard Connell Essay

1243 Words Jan 6th, 2016 5 Pages
You are sitting on a chair in front of your computer creating an avatar for your game. You want to make it perfect in how it looks. This is exactly what Richard Connell did in his story through the dialogue to make his charcters. “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell is a story about Rainsford, a man who has been stranded on an island after his ship had crashed. Rainsford was found stranded on an island when he is then met by a man named General Zaroff who is a very good hunter. To his surprise the General knows Rainsford. Rainsford is taken care of and is very surprised with the hospitality. Him and the general engage in a conversation over hunting while eating . He later finds out that Zaroff is a murderer because he is amused in killing humans. General Zaroff tells Rainsford that he takes care of people and then he lets them free into the jungle and kills them. Connell uses dialogue to develop the characters to enhance the story. Rainsford, Zaroff, and Ivan are developed through the dialogue.

Connell shows how important dialogue is in the development of a character(s). The first way that this is shown is because Connell uses dialogue to develop the character of Rainsford. In the story Rainsford is first presented as a strong willed and firm person. Although Rainsford’s acquaintance is also a hunter he is thinking about the ethics of hunting and sometimes feels guilty. On page one Rainsford states,” Don 't talk rot, Whitney," said Rainsford.…

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