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    which would you pick? "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell and "The Veldt" by Ray Bradbury both contained many dangerous elements. "The Most Dangerous Game" contains physically dangerous elements while "The Veldt" contains psychologically dangerous elements. Out of the two, "The Veldt" has the most dangerous elements of the two short stories. "The Most Dangerous Game" is a short story that has many dangerous elements. One example of an element that is dangerous is the character Ivan.…

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    the cliff into the jagged crags or stay and get eaten by the savage dogs chasing him to his demise. The author, Richard Connell, expresses how hard-work and determination beats all odds. He conveys this theme in one of his short stories, “The Most Dangerous Game.” Rainsford was a wealthy hunter who was searching for a place to hunt in the Caribbean. He fell of his yacht and swam a few miles to a nearby mysterious island. Rainsford meets a peculiar man, General Zaroff, who is also a hunter.…

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    “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell, “Dulce ET Decorum Est” by Wilfred Owen, and “Mirror” by Sylvia Plath all share common themes. These stories all share a common theme of disillusionment, where everything is not as it appears to be. “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell begins with two hunting partners Rainsford, the main character, and Wilson talking on a boat. While speaking on the boat Wilson asks Rainsford how he thinks the jaguar feels while being hunted. Rainsford…

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    Stories like “The Most Dangerous Game” and “The Destructors”, share and differed in many of these elements like tone and characterization, to keep the reader’s attention and to draw out their deepest emotions. The short stories “The Most Dangerous Game” and “The Destructors”, uses a similar tone but delivers it in a different way. The short story “The Most Dangerous Game”, sets the tone of the story by using fear and suspense to keep the readers and attention. This allows the reader to react…

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    classes- the hunters and the huntees. Luckily, you and I are the hunters” (Connell 62). In “The Most Dangerous Game”, this quote gives the theme meaning. During this part of the story, General Zaroff gets cocky about the fact that he is strong and the weak are for him to kill. This eventually drove him to his death. Through his malicious nature, Zaroff drives the story’s theme of karma. In “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell, General Zaroff is shown as insane, arrogant, and skillful.…

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    Literary analysis of “The Most Dangerous Game” Imagine being hunted by the best hunter in the world. In The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connel the theme is Murder. In the story Rainsford falls out if a boat and swims to a island meets general Zaroff, Rainsford finds out he is going to be hunted Zaroff dies from Rainsford. The theme of murder is showed by dialogue, events, and characters. First off dialogue helps explain the theme to the reader. It shows the reader facts that will…

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    The Most Dangerous Game, the story Richard Connell brought to life in the short story written in 1924. Similarly, the film produced in Hollywood in 1932 was based on the same plot. However, the two are vastly different and I dare to say that the movie does not hold true the the integrity of Connell’s original piece. The integrity of the story is affected by the many differences and similarities in the areas of initiating event, characterization, and plot between the story and movie The Most…

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    “The Most Dangerous Game” Conclusion “The Most Dangerous Game” begins with a young man named Rainsford. Rainsford is on a yacht near the edge of South America. They’re going to South America to go hunting. Rainsford is a professional hunter who has written a few books about his experience. While his bunkmates head off to bed Ransford wants to have one more smoke before bed. As he is standing there looking over the seas they hit a high wave and his pipe hits a rope and falls overboard. Rainsford…

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    awful. This is the case in The Most Dangerous Game, by Richard Connell, and Porphyria’s Lover by Robert Browning. The Most Dangerous Game is about a man who hunts humans. Porphyria’s Lover is a poem about a man who is deeply in love with a woman who cannot be with him, so he kills her. Richard Connell and Robert Browning use extremely descriptive characterization to convey a theme that obsession can have a negative outcome. In the short story The Most Dangerous Game Richard Connell uses…

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    In this unit of our English class we read a wide variety of short stories. But only one stood out to be the most and I hope to portray that in this writing. The short story I've selected to write about is titled “ The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell. This was my favourite story to read by far with its twists and turns and enduring plot that kept its readers wondering what would happen. Provided with some interesting literary elements and textual evidence I'm sure I can get my point…

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