The Most Dangerous Game
by Richard Connell
The Most Dangerous Game Perseverance Quotes
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Rainsford's second thought was even more terrible. It sent a shudder of cold horror through his whole being. Why had the general smiled? Why had he turned back? (2.9)
Here’s where you really see the hunt as a game. Why does Zaroff let Rainsford win? What exactly is the pleasure he gets at this point?
"Your Burmese tiger pit has claimed one of my best dogs. Again you score. I think, Mr. Rainsford, I’ll see what you can do against my whole pack. I'm going home for a rest now. Thank you for a most amusing evening." (2.21)
One scored for Rainsford. But if Zaroff is such a superior hunter, why does he need a pack of bloodhounds to help him?