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“The Most Dangerous Game”. “The Most Dangerous Game” pp 19-36. Plot : t he events/circumstances that make up a story Exposition- The introductory material which gives the setting, creates the tone, presents the characters, and presents other facts necessary to understanding the story .

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The most dangerous game pp 19 36
“The Most Dangerous Game” pp 19-36

  • Plot: the events/circumstances that make up a story

  • Exposition- The introductory material which gives the setting, creates the tone, presents the characters, and presents other facts necessary to understanding the story.

  • Conflict- The essence of fiction; it creates plot. The conflicts (or obstacles/problems) we encounter can usually be identified as one of four types (see below).

  • Rising Action- A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins with the inciting force and ends with the climax.


Plot continued
Plot continued

  • Climax- The climax is the result of the crisis. It is the high point of the story for the reader. Frequently, it is the moment of the highest interest and greatest emotion. The point at which the outcome of the conflict can usually be predicted.

  • Falling Action- The events after the climax which close the story.

  • Resolution- (aka denouement) Rounds out and concludes the action.



Types of conflict
Types of Conflict

  • Internal: problem within oneself (person versus self)—examples: a major decision, insanity, difficult emotions

  • External: person has a problem with outside forces

    • Person v PersonPerson against another person—could be mental, emotional, physical, etc.

    • Person v Society Person against a collective group—could be oppressive society, etc.

    • Person v Nature Person against natural forces—ex: weather, terrain, etc.

    • Person v Supernatural Person versus forces that aren’t natural—ex: God, superheroes, etc.

    • Person v Technology Person against science/technology—ex: Terminator, robots, etc.


Setting
Setting

  • Definition: Where and when the plot takes place (ex: 1915; London, England)

  • Importance: Setting can influence the action of the story, and can also help establish mood


The most dangerous game plot activity
“The Most Dangerous Game” Plot Activity

With a partner, arrange the plot events from the homework reading in chronological order. Please do not write on the “list of events” sheet.

15 minutes!


Exposition/Introduction

1. Rainsford is on a yacht bound for the Amazon. K

2. Rainsford talks with Whitney about "ship-trap" island. N3. The sea is the Caribbean Sea. C4. We find out Rainsford is a big game hunter. S5. Whitney muses on his thought of the "game." T

Rising Action

1. Rainsford loses his balance and falls into the sea. D

2. Zaroff tells Rainsford that he is bored with hunting most animals. L

3. Zaroff tells Rainsford he hunts the most dangerous prey: man. A

4. Zaroff shows Rainsford how he traps ships with lights that indicate a channel. Q

5. Zaroff asks Rainsford to join him in hunting his prey. J

6. Rainsford refuses to join Zaroff in hunting. M7. Zaroff stands below Rainsford (who’s up a tree), smiles, and moves on. F8. Rainsford builds a Malay man-catcher. O9. Rainsford builds a Burmese Tiger Pit. R10. Zaroff loses one of his best dogs. P11. Zaroff uses the dogs to hunt Rainsford. E12. Rainsford kills Ivan. G13. Rainsford leaps off of a cliff into the sea. B14. Zaroff thinks that Rainsford’s dead. H

Climax

1. Rainsford confronts Zaroff in his bedroom. U

Resolution

Rainsfordhas never slept in a more comfortable bed. I


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