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Most Dang Game rev

Most Dangerous Game review

how everything in the PLOT is resolved; the end = Exposition or Resolution? Resolution
an example would be Rainsford's struggle with the ocean as he swims toward the island = Man vs. Man -or- Man vs. Environment? Man vs. Environment
the point the author is trying to make; lesson to be learned = Inference or Theme? Theme
the events in the story = Plot or Conflict? Plot
a struggle or clash that drives the plot = Conflict or Mood? Conflict
tells the BASIC SITUATION as the story begins = Exposition or Resolution? Exposition
What you think + What you know = Inference or Theme? Inference
Hints at what will happen later in the story = Rising Action or Foreshadowing? Foreshadowing
how everything in the story ends = Foreshadowing or Resolution? Resolution
the highest point of action in a story = Climax or Rising Action? Climax
The mood of "Dangerous Game" would = sadness or suspense? Suspense because the reader is eager to find out if Rainsford or Zaroff wins the hunt.
What is not part of the SETTING of a story? a character's nickname or the weather? a character's nickname has nothing to do with the SETTING
What is the CLIMAX of "Dangerous Game" When Rainsford confronts Zaroff in his bedroom
What happens at the end of "Dangerous Game"? Rainsford wins; kills Zaroff and sleeps in his bed
Rainsford is an example of a Static Character or a Dynamic Character? Dynamic Character
How is Rainsford an example of a Dynamic Character? His attitude about hunting changes as a result of being hunted
The THEME of "Dangerous Game" is to fully understand your actions, you must change points of view. How does Rainford change points of view? Rainsford goes from being a hunter with no compassion for his prey to experiencing the fear of being hunted.
Why does Rainsford refuse to hunt with Zaroff? He thinks what Zaroff is doing is murder.
Why doesn't Zaroff let Rainsford know his hiding place in the tree has been discovered? he wants to continue to play with Rainsford
Who / What all does Rainsford kill? Ivan, Zaroff's dog, Zaroff
What is the name of the island? (hint - this also creates a mood of suspense in the beginning of the story) Ship-Trap Island
Why does Zaroff prefer to hunt humans instead of animals? animals cannot reason and are no longer a challenge for him
What 1 choice does Zaroff give Rainsford? to play the game with him or be turned over to Ivan
How does Rainsford escape Zaroff? he jumps into the sea and swims to Zaroff's chateau
Where does Rainsford hide at the end of the story? in Zaroff's bedroom
Created by: msporter