Tension And Suspense In Richard Connell's The Most Dangerous Game

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The Hunter or The Hunted Suspense entices readers when reading stories to continue reading on, and it keeps them interested in the story. In Richard Connell’s story, “The Most Dangerous Game,” the reader is fascinated with the narrative and with the increase of tension and suspense in the story, so much that he must read on. Richard Connell makes effective use of literary devices, particularly powerful foreshadowing and vivid imagery, to increase tension and suspense in the reader. Richard Connell employs powerful foreshadowing to cause the reader to feel suspense in the story. In the beginning of the story, Whitney’s consideration of the fear of the prey and Rainsford’s dismissal illustrates foreshadowing. This hints at the dangerous

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