A Comparative Analysis: 'The Child by Tiger' by Thomas Wolfe and 'The Most Dangerous Game' by Richard Connell

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The Child by Tiger and the Most Dangerous Game" The Child by Tiger and the Most Dangerous Game" The Child by Tiger" by Thomas Wolfe and The Child by Tiger" by Richard Connell were two pieces of literature set in two different time frames. Even though these two novels are by two different authors, they both still have many things in common. These pieces of literature also have some distinctive differences. In spite of the fact that Thomas Wolfe and Richard Connell were alive around the same times, they each lived two completely different lives. For instance, Connell graduated from Harvard and was actually born in the same state of the school which was New York. He also fought in World War I for the United States Army in France. In contrast, Wolfe spent his whole life were he born which was in Ashville, North Carolina. In Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game and Thomas Wolfe's "The Child by Tiger" the characters General Zaroff and Dick Prosser have some contrast and differences; yet, each of them have lives characterized by corruption and conflict. With that said the cultural dissimilarities in the lives of the authors account for a lot of of the dissimilarities in their short stories. "The Child by Tiger" and "The Most Dangerous Game" in their stories each has protagonists that are men, who are constantly contradicting themselves. Dick Prosser (protagonist) is a guy that has a very easy life in an era that was full or racial tension `between whites and blacks.

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