What are some examples of suspense, based upon the three types of conflict, in "The Most Dangerous Game?" Three types of conflict: man vs. man, man vs. self, and man vs. nature.
Richard Connell's short story, "The Most Dangerous Game," contains great amounts of suspense. The idea that a man, Zaroff, wishes to hunt humans, based upon their ability to reason, can be horrifying to readers. This horror raises much suspense, as Zaroff releases Rainsford into the jungle.
Man verses Man
Perhaps the most suspenseful example of this type of conflict is where Zaroff is standing under Rainsford tyring to "pysch" him out. Rainsford has placed...
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