The Most Dangerous Game

  title={The Most Dangerous Game},
  author={Richard J. Connell},
LITERARY FOCUS: FORESHADOWING The plot of a story is a series of related events. These events take place as one or more characters take steps to resolve a conflict, or problem of some kind. Some events are hinted at through the use of foreshadowing. • Each event in this story will make you curious about what will happen next. That curiosity is called suspense. • As you read, look for examples of foreshadowing that hint at what might happen later in the plot. 
The most dangerous game
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