Table of Contents
- 1 On what condition does Zaroff promise to let Rainsford free?
- 2 What happens to Zaroff at the end of the story?
- 3 What happens if Rainsford wins the game?
- 4 Why is General Zaroff no longer interested in hunting?
- 5 How does Rainsford feel about hunting at the end of the story?
- 6 What three things did General Zaroff say Rainsford wants?
On what condition does Zaroff promise to let Rainsford free?
Zaroff promises to set Rainsford free if he lives through the next three days.
What happens to Zaroff at the end of the story?
At the end of the story General Zaroff died. At the end of the story General Zaroff died. In spite of being hurt, Zaroff congratulates Rainsford on his “Malay mancatcher,” why? He congratulates him because all that Zaroff cared about was the hunt and he was having a good time.
What happens at the very end of the story who is the winner of the hunt How do you know?
Rainsford won. At the very end of the story, Sanger Rainsford kills General Zaroff. General Zaroff had been hunting Rainsford throughout much of the story. He had hurt Zaroff and bit and killed one of his best dogs.
What does General Zaroff want to do with Rainsford?
What does General Zaroff want to do with Rainsford? General Zaroff wants to hunt Rainsford. How do Rainsford’s experiences as a hunter help him on the island? He uses tricks to keep Zaroff from catching him such as a trap and causing the dogs to lose their senses of smell.
What happens if Rainsford wins the game?
5. If Rainsford wins the hunt, what does Zaroff promise him? He’ll let him live and will take him to the mainland near a town. 6.
Why is General Zaroff no longer interested in hunting?
Why is General Zaroff no longer interested in hunting? He was shot on his last hunting trip. He found another hobby. It has become too easy and he is bored with it.
Does Rainsford become Zaroff?
During his first meal with the general, Rainsford is appalled to learn that Zaroff hunts humans throughout the island for sport. Rainsford ends up becoming Zaroff’s prey and is forced to avoid the general and survive on the treacherous island for three consecutive days.
Why did Zaroff congratulate Rainsford?
Zaroff promises Rainsford his freedom if he is not captured or killed by the midnight on the third day of hunting. He congratulates Rainsford because he realizes that he is a skilled hunter. For Zaroff, the thrill of hunting humans is their ability to think and to plan.
How does Rainsford feel about hunting at the end of the story?
While Rainsford is being hunted by the general, he experiences the same horror and fear that animals feel while they are being hunted. By the end of the story, Rainsford survives the three days on the island and sneaks into Zaroff’s chamber, where he confronts him and challenges the general to a fight.
What three things did General Zaroff say Rainsford wants?
I drink to a foeman worthy of my steel–at last.” The general raised his glass, but Rainsford sat staring at him. “You’ll find this game worth playing,” the general said enthusiastically.” Your brain against mine. Your woodcraft against mine. Your strength and stamina against mine.
What is the prize if Rainsford wins?
If Rainsford wins, Zaroff promises him to let him go free from the island to continue his pursuits as a hunter. He makes Rainsford promise not to tell anyone about their hunt- should he survive.
Why should Rainsford wear moccasins?
Why does Zaroff suggest Rainsford wear moccasins during the hunt? Zaroff suggests Rainsford wears moccasins because they leave a poorer trail. Zaroff stocks his island with the remnants of shipwrecks of which he usually conducts.