- 1 Does Rainsford change his mind about hunting?
- 2 How does Rainsford’s opinion on animals change?
- 3 What is Rainsford’s attitude toward the prey he hunts?
- 4 How does Rainsford’s attitude toward hunting compare with zaroff?
- 5 Why did Rainsford kill zaroff?
- 6 Will Rainsford continue to hunt?
- 7 How did Rainsford change?
- 8 Why does zaroff choose to hunt humans?
- 9 Why did Rainsford say I’ll agree to nothing of the kind?
- 10 What is zaroff’s attitude towards hunting?
- 11 How does zaroff see himself?
- 12 Why does Rainsford call himself a beast at bay?
- 13 Does Rainsford become zaroff?
- 14 What does Rainsford think about?
- 15 What has Rainsford learned about the way zaroff sees hunting?
Does Rainsford change his mind about hunting?
In your opinion, at the end of the story,has Rainsford changed his mind about hunting? Rainsfold has probably changed his mind about hunting because he had to meet Zaroff in the story. He seemed to not like the idea of being hunted so he would have more respect for hunting another animal, too.
How does Rainsford’s opinion on animals change?
How does Rainsford’s opinion on animals change throughout the story? At first, Rainsford believes only humans can feel, but by the end, he agrees with Whitney that animals can also feel “fear of pain”.
What is Rainsford’s attitude toward the prey he hunts?
What is Rainsford’s attitude toward the prey he hunts? He is dismissive of its experience.
How does Rainsford’s attitude toward hunting compare with zaroff?
How does Rainsford’s attitude toward hunting compare with Zaroff’s? Rainford’s attitude toward hunting compared to Zaroff’s is different because Rainsford has a state of mind to hunt animals only and for fun, but Zaroff likes to hunt something that has a mind to reason which is humans. Rainsford is a hunter.
Why did Rainsford kill zaroff?
S-Rainsford killed Zaroff in self defense. P-Against his will Rainsford was forced to participate in a 3 day hunt where Zaroff tried to hunt and kill Rainsford.
Will Rainsford continue to hunt?
The downside of that decision is that he becomes the hunted. I’ve read an analysis or two that say Rainsford enjoyed killing Zaroff and is likely to begin and enjoy hunting humans too. Basically Rainsford will continue Zaroff’s sadistic tendencies, and that’s why Rainsford slept so well.
How did Rainsford change?
Rainsford changed from scared and shocked to brave and/or desperate. In the resolution, Rainsford is able to elude the clutches of General Zaroff by jumping off of the cliff. Not only that, Rainsford is able to survive the fall and possibly even be unhurt.
Why does zaroff choose to hunt humans?
Zaroff has begun hunting human “game” because he desires more challenge in the hunt. Zaroff begins hunting human “game” because hunting animal game has become boring to him. He feels it is no longer hold any sort of challenge for him.
Why did Rainsford say I’ll agree to nothing of the kind?
29. Explain how Rainsford fate was practically sealed with these words, “I’ll agree to nothing of the kind.” Rainsford didn’t want to be hunted by Zaroff and disagreed wtih the idea. Wheras Rainsfrod is the prey and general Zaroff is the hunter.
What is zaroff’s attitude towards hunting?
Zaroff has a similar opinion regarding his prey. Big-game hunting has become boring for Zaroff because the animals can’t use logic, so they offer no challenge. As a result, Zaroff imprisons sailors that he calls the “scum of the earth” and has them become as physically fit as possible.
How does zaroff see himself?
General Zaroff thinks of himself as civilized for two reasons. First, he has all the trappings of aristocracy — nice clothes, a butler, a fine mansion with a hunting preserve. Second, he sees hunting as a very civilized pursuit (as it is seen by, for example, English aristocrats).
Why does Rainsford call himself a beast at bay?
Rainsford calls himself the “beast at bay” because he swam to kill Zaroff and he is very dangerous. At the end of the story Rainsford kills Zaroff.
Does Rainsford become zaroff?
Rainsford expresses his narrow view by saying, “The world is made up of two classes—the hunters and the huntees.” As the story progresses, Rainsford eventually becomes the prey in the most dangerous game and experiences firsthand the terror and pain of being hunted.
What does Rainsford think about?
Rainsford believes that the world is made up of hunters and hunted. A world-renowned big-game hunter and the story’s protagonist. A Russian Cossack and expatriate who lives on Ship-Trap Island and enjoys hunting men.
What has Rainsford learned about the way zaroff sees hunting?
At the end or the story, Rainsford learned that every prey will feel fear when they are being hunted. He felt it when he was pursued by general Zaroff. In the last scene of the story, why does Rainsford say “I am still a beast at bay”? because Rainsford is forced to kill Zaroff in the end.