You'll probably consider averages, recent performance, health information and a host of other details. Once you've considered these aspects of each team, you will use them as criteria on which to base a comparison. You'll compare the teams point-by-point to decide which is the stronger these two activities often occur simultaneously because people who engage in such discussions generally agree on the criteria for comparison. Based on this comparison, you will give your answer to the initial question.
Sanger Rainsford and General Zaroff. Sanger Rainsford is a big-game hunter of great repute. When the story opens he is traveling by sea, and makes light of his profession: Luckily, you and I are hunters.
I'm a hunter, not a murderer. There are two main characters in The Most Dangerous Game. His moral sense -- that man is not an animal to be hunted -- is repulsed by Zaroff's ideas, and he is forced over three days to reevaluate both his philosophy and his morals.
Although he insists several times that hunting man is murder and he will not condone it, he sets traps clearly intended to kill; Rainsford is a pragmatist, but only when he has no choice. By the end of the story, Rainsford takes steps to kill Zaroff; he has other choices, including stealing a boat or freeing Zaroff's slaves and taking him prisoner, but he feels that Zaroff drove him to this position and must be eliminated.
It is possible that he becomes interested in the lifestyle itself; the final line: He had never slept in a better bed, Rainsford decided. If it is the latter, the change in his moral philosophy would have undergone an extreme shift. General Zaroff is both Rainsford's compliment and polar opposite.
He is a big-game hunter, a master of woodcraft and tracking, but he is also an aristocrat, a lover of fine wines and good music. He enjoys speaking of writers and poets, and feels that his heritage is as important as his chosen profession.
However, he is also an extreme sociopath, with no moral boundaries or qualms. He views humanity as an animal on par with any other, only with the ability to reason instead of acting on instinct. The weak of the world were put here to give the strong pleasure.
Why should I not use my gift?
If I wish to hunt, why should I not? They can reason, after a fashion. So they are dangerous. His fatal mistake is overconfidence; he allows Rainsford to live no less than three times to extend the hunt.
This pursuit of his pleasure over pragmatism -- a trait Rainsford exhibits -- is his downfall. Additionally, he cannot think that Rainsford could be so persistent as to risk death, only to return and risk it again to challenge him.
Rainsford and Zaroff are opposites morally, but in their actions they are more alike than not.Spider-Man is arguably the most popular and iconic superhero of all time. In this article I will be comparing the decade old (as of May 3rd of this year) original Sam Raimi film and the Marc.
(A comparison, incidentally, is the process of showing how things are alike; a contrast is the process of showing differences.) There are some general rules to consider before we begin to write a comparison and contrast essay, however.
Hunger Games is more of a rip off of Battle Royale (a much bloodier movie). The basic similarities are a strong female lead. There are fewer factions in Divergence than there are districts in Hunger Games. There is a bit of a lover’s triangle in Hunger Games.
The District are set up from a failed. The Most Dangerous Game.
N.p., n.d. Web. 09 Feb. Welsh compares the differences between the short story and the film. The story was first published in and .
The movie looks like a Star Wars Rip-off. In the book Roran was much more of a leader. He stood up to people and only left home so he could secure a job and save up to sta rt a family.
In the movie he fled town to avoid basically being drafted. Adventure and Suspense Unit Lesson Plan Date Items to be completed 11/8 Homework: 11/11 Begin reading The Most Dangerous Game [short story] & fill in guided reading questions Pg 16 Prentice Hall, if time allows compare and contrast a movie and short story as it pertains to characters/characterization, setting, and plot.