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Which of the following best describes the main character in a story?
a) Antagonist
b) Narrator
c) Protagonist
d) Speaker

Which of the following best describes someone or something that opposes the main character.
a) Antagonist
b) Narrator
c) Protagonist
d) Speaker

The sailors dread of Ship-trap Island in The Most Dangerous Game.
a) Flashback
b) Foreshadowing
c) Plot
d) Narrator

Short stories, novels, poetry, drama, biographies, and essays are all examples of what?
a) Rising action
b) Suspense
c) Genre
d) Fiction

How would you classify The Most Dangerous Game?
a) Genre-Nonfiction
b) Fiction-Short Story
c) Nonfiction-Essay
d) Fiction-Novel

Hearing the gun shots on the island, coming face-to-face with the giant Ivan, and the description of Zaroff's teeth are all examples of this literary term.
a) Suspense
b) Foreshadowing
c) Flashback
d) Climax

Which part of the plot would you find information about the setting and the characters?
a) Climax
b) Falling Action
c) Exposition
d) Resolution

Rainsford and Zaroff disagree about the morality of hunting men for sport.
a) Man vs. Self
b) Man vs. Man
c) Man vs. Nature
d) Man vs. Society

Zaroff's search for a game that can reason.
a) Exposition
b) Flashback
c) Resolution
d) Foreshadowing

All he knew was that he was safe from his enemy, the sea.
a) Man vs. Self
b) Man vs. Man
c) Man vs. Nature
d) Man vs. Society

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