Essay on Most Of The Time When A Terrorist Or A Terrible Dictator That Infuses Terror To His

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Diego Alcantara
Mrs. Blevins
English 1
Period 4
September 20th, 2014
Most of the time, when a terrorist or a terrible dictator that infuses terror around his or her surroundings, he or she are seen as mentally ill or malevolent. Nowadays, the most outstanding example of a person who suffers from a distorted mentality is the terrorist named Abu bark al-Baghdadi, the new leader of a Syrian terrorist group named “ISIS” Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Several authors have incorporated the concept of psychological dysfunction into their stories to add suspense into their work. In the short story, “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell, a character named General Zaroff is both deranged and ghoulish. His favorite activity is hunting people rather than hunting animals. He even tells Rainsford, his latest quarry, “My hand was made for the trigger.” For all the terrible obstacles General Zaroff creates for his trapped sailors, he can definitely be considered as both mentally unstable and ruthless. General Zaroff is a demented man that does not care for no one or anything, he is a lunatic just for the fact the he kills people and that satisfice him tell how this man is. Like when he said, “I want to show you my new collection of heads. Will you come with me to the library?” He has no remorse when he talks to Rainsford about how he cut their heads and put them on his library wall as trophies. He only cares for his sport that has turn into a massacre. Zaroff is a maniac for his actions and a psychotic for everything he has done. An addition to General Zaroff being insane, he is