The Most Dangerous Game By Richard Connell
changing breakfast cereals are people’s way of changing. Everything grows, develops, and adapts to survive. Proof of this shines everywhere, including Richard Connell’s book “The Most Dangerous Game.” This book weaves a tale of courage, self-control, and the need of elasticity to survive. Rainsford, from “The Most Dangerous Game,” shows the properties of a dynamic character in the change in his ethics, the situation 's disparity, and the internal conflict he experiences.
First, Rainsford’s ethics change