The Most Dangerous Game

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  1. The Most Dangerous Game
  2. D.I.R.T.? Quiz
    Name and explain what the types of conflict (Man vs. man/nature/society/self) that are included in “The Most Dangerous Game.” Give examples.
    Can you find one example of foreshadowing in “The Most Dangerous Game?”
    Explain the double meaning of the word Game in the title of the story. What is the most dangerous game?
    Why doesn’t Zarloff consider his sport immoral?
    Describe the settings of the story.
  3. Name and explain what the types of conflict (Man vs. man/nature/society/self) that are included in “The Most Dangerous Game.” Give examples.
    Man vs. man- Zarloff vs. Rainsford
    Man vs. nature- Rainsford trying to navigate the world of Zarloff and find the strength to survive out in the wild
    Man vs. society- Rainsford attempts to change Zarloff’s views of hunting people but ultimately has to kill to stay alive.
    Man vs. self- Rainsford has a internal struggle of hunting (people=killing, animals=?)
  4. Can you find one example of foreshadowing in “The Most Dangerous Game?”
    Multiple answers available- name some!
  5. Explain the double meaning of the word Game in the title of the story. What is the most dangerous game?
    Game
    a contest with rules to determine a winner
    animal hunted for food or sport
    The Most Dangerous Game is people/hunting people for sport
  6. Why doesn’t Zarloff consider his sport immoral?
    Zarloff believes that the weak were put on the earth to give the strong pleasure
    -Always a hunter
  7. Describe the settings of the story.
    Zarloff’s house- Great food, comfortable beds, civilized
    The Woods- dirty, suspenseful, uncivilized