Published 15.06.2018 on subject English by cf24917

The two main characters in Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game," General Zaroff and Sanger Rainsford, size each other up when they meet. Zaroff says of Rainsford's negative reaction to hunting humans, "It's like finding a snuffbox in a limousine." What does he likely mean by this comparison?
A).He believes Rainsford has outdated, old-fashioned values in a modern world.
A).He admires Rainsford for holding on to his ancestors' beliefs in the new world.
A).He suggests that Rainsford is new to the pleasures that the modern world offers.
A).He claims that Rainsford will not prosper in life if he clings to his Puritan ways.