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THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

ENGLISH I PREZI PROJECT EXAMPLE
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Stacy Egan

on 23 September 2015

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Transcript of THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME

The Most Dangerous Game
Richard Connell
Setting:
Yatch on the Carribean Sea
Night
Past "Do you think we've passed that island yet?" pg. 14--This quote shows that they're not exactly sure where they are, which suggests it's before the time of using a GPS to determine location.
Exposition

This shows that Whitney is able to feel compassion for animals even though they don't express themselves with words.
Whitney
"One superstitious sailor can taint the whole ship's company with his fear." pg. 14
Rainsford
1. "superstitious" pg. 14
2. "Ship-Trap Island" pg. 13
3. "curious dread" pg. 13
4. "cannibals" pg. 14
5. "devil" pg. 14
6. "evil" pg. 14
7. "Godforsaken place" pg. 14
8. "startled" pg. 14
9. mystified" pg. 14
10. "blood-warm" pg. 14
Words that create SUSPENSE
Compassionate: "I rather think they [animals] understand one thing--fear."
Logical: Rainsford tries to stay level-headed and realistic.
Figurative Language: SIMILE
"The sea was as flat as a plate-glass window." pg. 14
sea
window
as flat as
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