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15 May, 06:54

What does the interaction (in the excerpt below) between Zaroff and Rainsford reveal about Zaroff's attitude toward Rainsford?

"My dear fellow," said the general, "have I not told you I always mean what I say about hunting? This is really an inspiration. 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. Outdoor chess! And the stake is not without value, eh?"

What does Zaroff think of Rainsford?

Zaroff sees Rainsford as something he can hunt (nothing more).

Zaroff respects Rainsford and thinks that he will be a worthy opponent.

Zaroff appreciates the comedy that Rainsford brings to their game.

Zaroff cares very deeply for Rainsford and his well-being.

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  1. 15 May, 08:45
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    B. Zaroff respects Rainsford and thinks that he will be a worthy opponent.

    Zaroff knows Rainsford is intelligent and will be a worthy oppenent because he hasn't had one thus far in his game. He's heard of Rainsford and is aware of his celebrated status as a renowned big game hunter so he's confident in him.
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