To his fury, he realized, indeed that his quarry was no longer upon the island. The thought crossed his mind. When he got to a well hidden place he sat down stiffly against a tree trunk.
It was kept a few inches away from his body, ready to attack or defend, if needed. Rainsford broke the silence. The bitter wind slashed his neck and tore at the bare skin on his back.
And if I die, who cares if I have blisters? In moments, Rainsford hit the surface of the warm ocean. I rushed out and saw you fall into the sea.
It was chewy and barely went down his throat. Nielson already had his short-barreled revolver pointed at Rainsford, all he had to do was pull the trigger.
Standing right there in between two snarling dogs was his worst nightmare, General Zaroff. Rainsford slowly opened the door to find an ashen faced general standing stock- still by his bed in red, silk pajamas. He took out a few selected items and re wrapped the bag.
As Rainsford unpacked a few more food items, he kept wondering, "What if the dogs are already released? He took a chance and peeked from his hiding spot. I took a safety boat, loaded up with supplies, and tried to find you.
He felt somehow, different. What he saw made him panic. He withdrew the knife Ivan had given him and held it in a loose, but firm fashion. Rainsford ran down to his cabin. What could he do, splash the savage general with water?
Rainsford and Whitney both had the most perplexed faces. First falling from the yacht, now this! He had been lying on a skeleton and by the looks of it, several skeletons too! There was nothing he could do in his position, and he tightly shut his eyes for fear of what would happen next.
One thing was certain — remaining in the water would not discourage the general from continuing the hunt, nor would it get Rainsford safely out of his clutches. His footfalls were muted by the cries of the surrounding jungle.
A tap from his foot assured the general that the ground was solid. He scrambled up and ran like the wind in the opposite direction.IN the actual ending of Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game," Sanger Rainsford is successful at beating General Zaroff.
Zaroff allows his "prey" three days to allude him. If his "prey" is successful, he states that the prey will be set free. The Most Dangerous Game: Alternate Ending. In his library the General read, to soothe himself, from the works of Marcus Aurelius.
At ten he went up to his bedroom. Alternate Ending The Most Dangerous Game “An apprehensive night crawled slowly by like a wounded snake and sleep did not visit Rainsford, although the silence of a dead world was on the jungle. Alternate Ending to "The Most Dangerous Game" The alternate ending starts after Rainsford jumped off of the cliff and swam to shore.
In my version, Rainsford has managed to climb up the side of the general's chateau and jump through a window that was left open. The bitter wind slashed his neck and tore at the bare skin on his killarney10mile.coms: 1. The Most Dangerous Game In the short story titled The Most Dangerous Game written by Richard Connell brings a dark and evil twisted story of murder and chaotic change.
The psychological environment and metaphorical surroundings will leave one man dead and the other breathing a sea of relief. At the end of "The Most Dangerous Game", Rainsford wins the game. Although the hunt was the initial challenge, when the two men come face to face in Zaroff's bedroom, he issues another challenge to Rainsford.Download