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6 August, 03:46

We might imagine that the experience of being hunted has taught Rainsford his lesson about killing other animals. But the fact that Rainsford sleeps in Zaroff's bed suggests otherwise. Interpret the ending of this story and what it says about Rainsford and humans more generally. in the story most dangerous game

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  1. 6 August, 04:43
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    One would like to think that Rainsford has at least gained some empathy for animals from his traumatic experiences, some insight into what it feels like to be hunted. But the evidence from the text would appear to suggest otherwise. We don't know for sure if Rainsford actually kills General Zaroff, but it would appear to be the case, otherwise how else would he wind up sleeping so soundly in his bed? The suggestion here ...
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