War is a foreign aspect for a child. Robert is a sensitive child, living and fighting a man’s game. War is senseless killing. Surely he has seen the propaganda, but the truth was revealed in action. In many scenes of the story, several characters are searching for heroes.
A well-trained soldier and an audacious hit man would fully understand the main characters of the book “The Wars” by Timothy Findley and the movie Bourne Identity. They would see beyond the defiant attitudes and changes that both the characters had undergone. Robert Ross and Jason Bourne both went to a stage in their life wherein they acted beyond what they used to. Ross, a caring and loving person, turned into a killing machine. Bourne, on the other hand, used to be an emotionless and fearless killer but in the end he turned out to be good man.
If there a was a battle that others couldn’t beat, he would strategize and bring out all his intelligent’s to be the best at it and prove to others he deserved his spot. “He jumped at the giant, clambered up his lip and nose and began to dig in the giants eye”(64). No matter how hard ender played and studied it was never good enough for him and would always give it everything he had. Ender Wiggin the most sensitive, determined but yet intelligent boy. When
Jack likes to be the center of attention. He is still a hunter and predator. He also has uncivilized manners that make him come on as a tyrant. Although that maybe, he is Jack and will always remain as Jack. He is stronger and older than Ralph but not as wiser as him.
He hears about a monster that is terrorizing Herot and makes the decision to fight against that monster. He considers his duty to fight and kill the dragon even though he feels weak and old. Besides, he knows that he has to be really wise to find out how to defeat the monster and his mother. He plans to hide and wait for Grendel. The monster appears and Beowulf can kill him with his own hands.
Since Zaroff ias bored of hunting animals so he starts to hunt people and Rainsford is the one he is after. “I will give
Richard Connell, in his short story titled, “The Most Dangerous Game” writes about an accomplished hunter who can not imagine, not is his wildest dreams, that he is the game of another decorated hunter. The author uses imagery and descriptive comparisons to initiate and develop the story’s theme. As the theme of the story unfolds the author digs a plot, creating a landscape in which the reader grows to believe in one outcome, only to realize what was planted is not what blooms. The author allows us to walk down the path with a main character named Rainsford and realize when the character realizes what seems to be isn’t always what is. If one were to cite a cliché one might state that the theme that Connell develops is “all that glitters is not gold.” As the author develops the theme “all that glitter is not gold, one sees Rainsford falling from the boat into the sea.
Some people label a pit-bull to be the most dangerous and violent dog there is to be, but others think pit-bulls are one of the best guard dogs there is. As you know people fight pit-bulls illegally all the time, but what some may not know if you get caught it’s a felon. Pit-bulls value is breathe taking, this dog can run up to as much as $5000. There is different kind of bloodlines, as an example you have the bloodline gotti, red nose, blue nose, and etc. They may be one of the most vicious dogs, but they are worth having in your company when being attacked.
In the end Rainsford is the winner of the game but by winning the game he has become just like that dead general. Rainsford refused the hunting offer from Zaroff because they where hunting helpless humans who happen to make it to the island and Rainsford was not going to hunt a human being but when Rainsford killed the general, he killed him after the game was over, and Rainsford became what he had set out not to be, general Zaroff. In the end one will see that ironic reversal was used all throughout the story with the characters as well as the plot. To be successful, the hunter must become the hunted (Magill 1537). In the final battle between Rainsford and Zaroff it is easy to see the irony in Rainsford conquering murderer by killing him (Magill
If you are being hunted like an animal in an unknown jungle do you flee or come back to kill? Thats what is happening in the most dangerous game a short story about a man named Rainsford ,and his struggles on an unknown island. If your answer is yes some might say your heartless, or cold ,but in the story it might prove them right or wrong. If you say no i guess your next question is how do you get away? If Rainsford had chance to leave and didn’t because he wanted to kill the man who hunted him do you think that is wrong.