The Most Dangerous Game Identity Analysis

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Another example of shaping a person’s identity is in the book The Most Dangerous Game. The story follows a man called Rainsford an expert hunter who firmly believes that animals have no sense of feelings or emotions. In the beginning Rainsford tells his partner, “The world is made up of two classes - the hunters and the huntees. Luckily you and I are hunters.” He then falls from his boat and swims to an island where he meets the general. The general is also an expert “hunter”, but does not hunt the normal game. What he enjoys to hunt are humans, of course when Rainsford hears this he wants nothing more than to just get off the island. But since the general told him about his hobby, he tells him that he can’t leave unless he can survive being

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