Which statement best describes how Rainsford solves his moral dilemma in this passage? Rainsford calls a truce with the general even


Which statement best describes how Rainsford solves his moral dilemma in this passage?
Rainsford calls a truce with the general even though he knows the general is a terrible man.
Although he believes that murder is wrong, Rainsford chooses to kill the general and end the game for good.
Instead of killing others or himself, Rainsford lets the general win the game but takes his bed.
Rainsford does not smile even though he is thrilled that he won the game.


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