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In "The Most Dangerous Game", how does Connell create suspense at the beginning of the story? A. The story begins with dialogue, not description. B. Whitney refers to Captain Nielsen, a mysterious figure. C. Whitney describes the mysterious reputation of the island they are passing. D. Whitney and Rainsford plan to go hunting in the Amazon.

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    D?

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    HELP?

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    what is the first sentence of the story or poem?

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    a

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    ...

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    A.

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    yes got it thanks

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