Essay My Most Dangerous Game

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The general sipped his wine and left the room. Ivan came out with the materials for Rainsford like the general promised. Ivan handed Rainsford the knife and turned slightly to the sound of a dog bark from outside. At this moment, Rainsford stabbed the giant in the rib cage. The giant fell to the ground with a loud thud. Rainsford grabbed the giant’s gun from his hip and ran quickly out the door. When General Zaroff came heard the loud thud, he rushed toward it. When he arrived, he saw Ivan lying there covered in blood. At this moment he cried and screamed out, “You will pay for this Rainsford!” Rainsford finally stopped running when he reached a tall tree that he could hide in. He climbed up as far as he could and hid out there for the…show more content…
The general sipped his wine and left the room. Ivan came out with the materials for Rainsford like the general promised. Ivan handed Rainsford the knife and turned slightly to the sound of a dog bark from outside. At this moment, Rainsford stabbed the giant in the rib cage. The giant fell to the ground with a loud thud. Rainsford grabbed the giant’s gun from his hip and ran quickly out the door. When General Zaroff came heard the loud thud, he rushed toward it. When he arrived, he saw Ivan lying there covered in blood. At this moment he cried and screamed out, “You will pay for this Rainsford!” Rainsford finally stopped running when he reached a tall tree that he could hide in. He climbed up as far as he could and hid out there for the night. He saw the general pass by many times. Each time, Rainsford held his breath hoping he wouldn’t get caught. Before General Zaroff headed back to his house, he exclaimed, “I will find you Rainsford!” Rainsford waited an hour after the general left. As he waited for time to pass, he created a plan. After he was sure it was safe, he climbed down from the tree. Rainsford would first sneak into the house, drag out Ivan’s body, and use it as bait for the dogs. This would distract them long enough to get into the cellar where General Zaroff kept his prisoners, and release them. After he rounded up his army, he would give them the wooden stakes he had carved while he was in the tree. Once everyone knew the plan, they would attack the general
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