In Richard Connell's "The most Dangerous Game" General Zaroffs actions greatly affected Rainsford's ideals about hunting because it made him discover what kind of fear animals go through.
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In Richard Conell's " The Most Dangerous Game" Whitneys words about hunting made Rainsford think and believe that animals have feelings and they are like any other people and that they believe things that might not be true.
In "The Dangerous Game" by Richard Connel words words and actions affect Rainsford when the general hunts him and he relizes animals have feeling when they are hunted.
In Richard Connell's "Most Dangerous Game" General Zaroff's words come back to hunt him. Mr. Rainsford used "animals do not have feelings" and turned them on General Zaroff to hunt him down.
In Richard Connell's, "The Most Dangerous Game", Whitneys words affect General Zaroff by convincing him that a hunting game is then good to change it to a murdering game for fun.
In Richard Connels "Most Dangerous Game" Rainsfords beliefs where changed when at first he said animals don't have feeling, but that suddenly changed when he was turned into the hunted.
Richard Connell’s The Most Dangerous Game shows how General Zaroff’s words and actions can change Rainsford’s entire aspects on taking another’s life as a sport.
While reading ‘’Most Dangerous Game’’ by Richard Connell, during the time Ranisford was hunted and tracked by Zaroff, he reflect on how he thought animals felt when he hunted them and realised he was wrong on how they felt which greatly affected Raisford entire way of life
In Richard Connell’s “The most dangerous game” Rainsfords perspective changed about animals not having feelings while he was being hunted.
After reading Richard Connells, “The Most Dangerous game,” i was asked the question, How are the words and actions of others affected in this short story? The words and actions of others are entirely affected by others. But mostly Rainsford’s actions to General Zolaff. Not only does Ranford become scared, but he also tries to stay calm (keep his nerve), and identifies how the Animals feel when they are being hunted.
In Richard Connell’s “Most Dangerous Game” General Zaroff’s words and actions affected Rainsford by changing his thoughts about hunting and killing.
In Richard Connell’s “The Most Dangerous Game” General Zarroffs actions affected Rainsford by making him believe that animals do have feelings and fear hunters
In Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous game" General Zaroffs actions affect Rainsford because when Rainsford is getting hunted, he changes his mind and thinks that animals do have feelings.
In Richard Connel’s “ The Most Dangerous Game” General Zaroff greatly affect Rainsford with his words and actions by making Rainsford be his pray in a hunt making Rainsford realize that his pray do have feelings.
In Richards Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game" the words that Whitney said about hunting made Rainsford think differently, because Rainsford said animals have feelings.
In Richard Connell’s “Most Dangerous Game” General Zaroff’s words and actions affect Rainsford because it showed him how terrible it was to be hunted instead of the hunter.
After reading Richard Connell’s “The Most Dangerous Game” General Zarrof's words and actions affected the outcome of characters lives because Rainsford becomes the one that is hunted not the hunter.
In Richard Conell's "Most Dangerous Game" Rainsford's beliefs change because he becomes the hunted not the hunter.
After reading Richard Connel's "The Most Dangerous Game" I believe that actions affect who others become by Rainsford becoming the prey, his opinion changed on how animals have no feelings and can fear things.
In Richard Connel's "The Most Dangerous Game" General Zaroffs actions make Rainsford realize that animals may have feelings when they are being hunted.
While reading ‘’Most Dangerous Game’’ by Richard Connell, it became clear that a mad man by the name General Zaroff hunting and tracking Rainsford had made him reflect on how he thought animals felt as he hunted them and soon realized that every living creature he shot or killed was most likely in the same state of fear he experienced.