Comparing Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde And The Most Dangerous Game

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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and The Most Dangerous Game These stories have a lot in common by the way they are written and I see many relations between the characters and the reasons of what they do. Good and Evil are very different throughout these stories. At various times the characters switch between an evil side and a good side. One thing that these two stories have in common is the characters. Dr. Jekyll is really connected to Mr. Rainsford in The Most Dangerous Game, and General Zaroff is connected to Mr. Hyde. The reasons why is because during the story Mr. Rainsford is mostly the good guy, because he thinks that what General Zaroff does is wrong and it is not the proper game to use for hunting. Dr. Jekyll is afraid that Mr. Hyde will take over his body and tries to keep him out, but eventually during the story, Mr. Hyde has more controll over Dr. Jekylls mind, forcing him to drink the potion and turn him into Mr. Hyde again, so I think that General Zaroff is the evil one for using human beings as hunting game, and so is Mr. Hyde for taking over Dr. Jekyll and then murdering numerous people.…show more content…
First of all the storyline and plot are completely different because they are at different locations and they are about totally different subjects. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a mystery/suspense type of story. The Most Dangerous Game is mostly an adventure or action story. Mr. Rainsford is also slightly different from Dr. Jekyll because at the end of the story he overcomes his fears of General Zaroff and faces him in a challenge and wins, so that General Zaroff gets eaten by hounds. General Zaroff is also different from Mr. Hyde because Zaroff gets joy from hunting people but he doesn’t care about when he kills them. Mr. Hyde just enjoys the killing when he is in control of Dr.

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