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Construct A Well-Written Essay In Which You Examine And Analyze How Richard Connell Uses Conflict To Develop His Theme In "The Most Dangerous Game."

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mylighthouse57 | 16:41 Thu 25th Feb 2021 | Arts & Literature
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What would be a good thesis for this prompt?

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It's a well worked tale that has been adapted many times, with your knowledge and looking through some of the adaptations you should be able to piece together a reasonable essay.
Sounds too much like hard work to me, that :-)
If that was my homework I'd go online and see if I could find some mug to do it for me.
One can but encourage ;-)
First write a paragraph saying what the theme is of the story.
Then write a parograph explaining that your going to show how he uses conflict to develop he's theme
Find as many example's as you can of where he shows conflict.
Describe each one and explain it's significance.
A good thesis would be about 1000 words?? You probly need to find 3 strong example's and write a long parograph or two on each. Then find a few more supporting example's
4 to start you off
MAN vs. MAN: Rainsford vs. Zaroff. Most of the conflict centers around Zaroff's bet with Rainsford. ...
MAN vs. NATURE: Rainsford vs. Nature. ...
MAN vs. SELF: Rainsford vs. Himself. ...
MAN vs. SOCIETY: Zaroff vs. Society.
Have'nt read the story myself Debs but google throws up lots of detail's. If Bobb could cobble something together despite my poor spelling and grammer am sure you could knock something out
There is no god never was never will be.

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