High Noon And The Most Dangerous Game Comparison Essay

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The fear of death is maybe the world’s greatest fear. In the film, High Noon, and the short story, “The Most Dangerous Game” both characters show a sign of fear in the main conflict. Both stories share some similarities, but they have differences too. One similarity is the characteristics in the protagonists. Both show courage and determination when having to face the problems. Another similarity is the main conflicts. Both main characters are outnumbered when it comes down to trying to stay alive. One out of many differences in the stories is the themes. One protagonist has to fight for just himself and the other has a whole town to fight for. Even though High Noon and “The Most Dangerous Game” are very different stories, there are several similarities between our two protagonists and in the conflict; there are also many differences between all of the themes. While both stories take place in two different time periods, the characters, Will Kane and Sanger Rainsford resemble similar…show more content…
The main characters of both stories both show that they are courageous. Even thought they might have some fear, they both are determined to fight for there lives. The conflicts in both stories are very similar because both characters have to fight alone against a group. Both antagonists have an advantage over the protagonists. The theme that High Noon shows is responsibility to society. The theme for “The Most Dangerous Game” is empathy for all living creatures. This means that the main character in High Noon, Will Kane has to fight for a whole town, his wife, and most importantly himself. The character in “The Most Dangerous Game”, Sanger Rainsford has to only fight for himself to stay alive. As you can see from my reasonings, the stories High Noon and “The Most Dangerous Game” share many similarities and
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