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Which best describes the mood of the short story?
a) suspenseful
b) lighthearted
c) sad
d) comic

What narrative point of view (POV) is used in the story?
a) first person
b) second person
c) third person objective
d) third person omniscient

The night is like moist black velvet is an example of
a) hyperbole
b) personification
c) simile
d) metaphor

I am still a beast at bay is an example of
a) hyperbole
b) personification
c) simile
d) metaphor

The antagonist in the story is
a) Zaroff
b) Ivan
c) Rainsford
d) Whitney

The protagonist in the story is
a) Zaroff
b) Ivan
c) Rainsford
d) Whitney

Rainsford thinking to himself - I will not lose my nerve - is an example of
a) man v self
b) man v man
c) man v nature
d) man v society

Zaroff forcing Rainsford to participate in the hunt is an example of
a) man v self
b) man v man
c) man v nature
d) man v society

Rainsford losing his balance and falling off the ship's rail into the Caribbean Sea is an example of
a) man v self
b) man v man
c) man v nature
d) man v society

Which is the best description of theme for the short story?
a) friendship
b) honesty
c) survival
d) love

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