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The Most Dangerous Game

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damion rorick

on 17 November 2016

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Transcript of The Most Dangerous Game

Logo
Explain
Pacing
The pacing of the overall story if fast at the parts where there is a lot of action, and slow at the parts leading up to the action.
Our Most
Dangerous
Game

Conflict Man vs. Man
Foreshadowing
By: Damion Rorick & Fabrizio Molina
Made with effort in 2nd Period!

"The world is made up of two classes, the hunters and the huntees."
I can tell the author does this to speed up the action parts to make them seem like something is going by so fast and the characters don't no what hit them, but slow in the other parts to build up an advanced knowing of the characters and the events there put through
"No thrill left in tigers, no real danger. I live for danger, Mr.Rainsford"
Foreshadowing
Explanation-
Text Evidence
What is being foreshadowed is the point that general Zaroff makes that he doesn't settle for less, he wants more danger. It shows how much of a crazy and spontaneous man he is.
Impact-
The foreshadowing that is being made impacts the text by showing what general Zaroff meant earlier in the story and how his desire for more danger increases throughout the story and how he demonstrates it to Rainford.
Foreshadowing
"I wanted the ideal animal to hunt," explained the general. "So I said, `What are the attributes of an ideal quarry?' And the answer was, of course, `It must have courage, cunning, and, above all, it must be able to reason."'
Text evidence
This foreshadowing creates an idea that since now that Rainsford clearly knows about general Zaroff hunting humans, that Zaroff will quite possibly hunt Rainsford as well.
Impact
3- This impacts the overall plot because this is when the story shifts and twists. the truth is known and now you start to question whether Zaroff will try to hunt rainsford as well or no.
Text Evidence
Explanation
What is being explained is that Rainsford at the moment thinks he is at the top of the food chain, but later in the story, life proves him wrong.
Impact
How the foreshadowing impacts the overall plot is by demonstrating how Rainsford feels about hunting and how his perspective changes towards the huntees.
Text Evidence
"You'll find this game worth playing," the general said enthusiastically." Your brain against mine. Your woodcraft against mine. Your strength and stamina against mine."
Explanation
It demonstrates the main conflict in the story and how Man vs. Man is the basis of all the conflicts going on. This citation shows the beginning conflict between General Zaroff and Rainsford and how Zaroff proposes a game to Rainsford that he does not want to play.
Impact
This conflict is important to the overall plot is because it is what the whole story revolves around.
Conflict Man vs. Nature
Text Evidence
Rainsford had fought his way through the bush for two hours. "I must keep my nerve. I must keep my nerve," he said through tight teeth.
Explanation
This demonstrates how much rainsford struggled throughout the woods to find shelter. This shows his own encounter with nature and how he had to use his skills to get through.
Impact
This conflict is important to the overall plot by representing that not only was there problems with General Zaroff but with trying to hide from zaroff and avoid being found and how that got in his way as well to beat zaroff at his own game.
Conflict Man vs. Self
Text Evidence
Explanation
How this citation represents the conflict man vs. self is that Rainsford has gone through a lot already playing General Zaroff's game and rainsford is apparently has all ready gotten tired and is trying to sustain himself through the situation.
He knew it would be insane to blunder on through the dark, even if he had the strength. His need for rest was imperative and he thought, "I have played the fox, now I must play the cat of the fable."
Impact
This conflict is important to the overall plot is because it gives us a whole different perspective and how Rainsfords is holding up ad to show how strong his stamina really is.
Suspense
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Explanation
Suspense
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Theme
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Impact
Theme
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Theme
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Impact
YOU MADE IT OUT ALIVE!
when rainsford fell of the boat.
this crates suspense because it shows that the character fell of the boat and now he is stranded
when rainsford found out about zaroff hunting humans
This creates suspense because rainsford finds out that zaroff is hunting humans and is afraid that he eventually might be hunted.
the complex realtionship between hunt and huntees
hunters hunt and teach the huntees
the elemnt of foreshadowing conflict pacing and suspense contribute to the development of this theme because they show that overall the hunters will hunt anything, thats what makes them better.
how rainsford thought he was more expeirenced and better at hunting
This shows how the idea that rainsford thought he was at the top of the food chain changed. and that he had no sympathy for the huntees
This impacts the text by showing how rainsford's ideas and his knowledge changed throughout his experience with Zaroff.
How Zaroff seemed like a well educated and behaved man to Rainsford when he met him.
This theme implies that the hunters don't have the adequate skills to really know all.
How the elements are contributing to the the theme is by demonstrating how it makes it more and more clear about the truth about Zaroff.
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