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"The Most Dangerous Game" exposes the dark side of which of the following characters? Whitney and General Zaroff Rainsford and Whitney General Zaroff and Rainsford Richard Connell and Ivan

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Rainsford & General Zaroff both display their savage sides. Although Zaroff appears highly civilized, he is a cold-blooded murderer with no regard for human life.Rainsford is forcd to unleash his savage side for self-preservation, as he takes on the role of the hunted animal.
So it's rainsford and zaroff?
Definitely - I teach that story every year! Sorry I put Whitney's name at 1st! He's Rainsford's friend, a minor character at the story's beginning.

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