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How is general zaroff a paradoxical character?
Last Updated: 24th March, 2020
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Similarly, why has zaroff grown bored?
General Zaroff had grown bored with hunting because animals as prey no longer challenged his skills. He tells Rainsford that he "lives to hunt" so he decided he needed a new prey.
One may also ask, what game does zaroff propose to Rainsford What are the rules? The first proposal is that Rainsford accompanies Zaroff on a hunt for one of the captured sailors. "I'll wager you'll forget your notions when you go hunting with me. You've a genuine new thrill in store for you, Mr. Rainsford."
Keeping this in view, how is general zaroff described?
General Zaroff is depicted as a tall, slender, middle-aged man with white hair. The narrator mentions that Zaroff is "singularly handsome" with a "bizarre quality" about his face. General Zaroff has dark eyes with thick eyebrows, high cheekbones, a sharpcut nose, and a black mustache.
How does the author create suspense in the most dangerous game?
Once the game begins, the author creates suspense through putting Rainsford in explicit danger and through Zaroff's looming threat. The final and largest way is through creating a sequence that builds, one with a timeline. Rainsford is trying to reach the third day. The general is trying to stop him.