Read the excerpt from “The Most Dangerous Game.” “I wanted the ideal animal to hunt,” explained the general. “So I said: ‘What are the attributes of an ideal quarry?’ And the answer was, of course, ‘It must have courage, cunning, and, above all, it must be able to reason.'” “But no animal can reason,” objected Rainsford. “My dear fellow,” said the general, “there is one that can.” “But you can’t mean—” gasped Rainsford. “And why not?” “I can’t believe you are serious, General Zaroff. This is a grisly joke.” “Why should I not be serious? I am speaking of hunting.” “Hunting? General Zaroff, what you speak of is murder.” Rainsford’s response to Zaroff indicates that a) he is opposed to the idea of hunting humans. b) he does not understand that Zaroff is hunting humans. c) he will soon be joining Zaroff in the hunt for humans. d) he thinks Zaroff has the right to hunt humans.