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Driven by fear and strengthened by instinct, Sanger Rainsford fights valiantly, in Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game," to best General Zaroff at his own game. Although rather undeveloped, the characters in the story still give the reader something to connect to. The theme, although presented in a unique fashion, depicts yet another reiteration of the epic struggle between good and evil. Regardless of the few twists and turns, Connell's use of plot manipulation still leaves room for a great deal of excitement in the story. By first examining and then combining Connell's use of plot…
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