The Most Dangerous Game

what does rainsford say are the two classes of which the world consists?

what is his attitude at this point? how do his words become realized in the story?

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He says there are the hunters and the hunted. He is dismissive of the idea that animals have feelings or an inherent right to live. Of course he ends up being hunted by Zaroff in the story which gives him a a sense of what it's like to be a "beast at bay".