Tale Of Two Cities Quotes Analysis

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What are the different conflicts in the story? Explain at least three. 1a: One conflict in the story is when Rainsford was on the ship with Whitney, he had an encounter with some terrible weather causing Rainsford to fall off the ship. Another conflict in the story is when Rainsford was in a battle with Zaroff he had to battle nature and had to deal with many insects and animals. He also had to deal with the weather conditions. The final conflict was when Rainsford was in the ocean he had to calm himself or else he would of drowned. What are two examples of foreshadowing in the story? Explain. 2a: One example of foreshadowing in the story, the last line in the book,"He had never slept in a better bed, Rainsford decided,"which basically lets you know that Zaroff was killed and Rainsford won the game. Another example of…show more content…
5a: I think that they different because Zaroff from the beginning to kill humans and even though they are both hunters and killers, Rainsford had no choice but to kill Zaroff . Rainsford would never take hunting to that level and Zaroff is proud of his idea to kill humans. What is a quote from the story that catches the theme? 6a: The quote that explains the theme of the story is explained by the quote “The world is made up of two classes--the hunters and the huntees. Luckily, you and I are hunters.” This quote shows that Rainsford thinks that violence is perfectly fine when hunting animals and Zaroff would agree with the quote as well. Why do you think Rainsford chooses to confront Zaroff at the end, instead of ambush him? 7a: I think he does this to rub it in to Zaroff because Zaroff was so sure that he would win the game because he wins every game he faces. Also Rainsford wanted to show how terrible it is for humans to be killed and do it himself to show Zaroff that evil always comes back to haunt you. 8.How do time and place affect the actions of the
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