Quote: “He saw that straight flight was futile; inevitably it would bring him face to face with the sea he was in a picture with a frame of water, and his operations, clearly, must take place within that frame.
Analysis: If the citizens were in control , Rainsford at this time wouldn’t of had to go one on one with Zaroff and the hunt wouldn’t of been so dangerous and violent. Playing the hunting game with General Zaroff led Rainsford to struggle several times. Rainsford didn’t know the land so that was a disadvantage for him leaving Zaroff with several advantages.
Quote: "You didn't give him time enough to take any paper he wanted. I saw you. It wasn't fair”(Jackson4 !)
Analysis: If the people in the town made all the rules , they could all decide on if they want to continue with the lottery or not . Mrs. Hutchinson brought up that the other towns near them got rid of the lottery trying to give an idea to put an end to it. The people[DC2] were claiming he didn’t have time to pick a ticket. If they made the rules nobody would argue about the way the lottery works.
: Citizens should be allowed to make most of the laws in their community.
In "The Most Dangerous Game " and "The Lottery" both demonstrates a conflict involving the people in the town which results in death. Zaroff died when Rainsford beat him in his hunting game on his land when his hunting skills were better than Rainsford. Also in “The Lottery” Mrs. Hutchinson died when the people in the town threw stones at her after she won the lottery to die to decrease the population in the small town every year.