The story "The Most Dangerous Game" takes place on a small island named "Ship-Trap Island"(p.67). The island is called "Ship-Trap Island" because it had no warnings of crags that ships often sink/crash their boats on. "The Most Dangerous Game" was in the time era of about the early 1920s(p.66).
Rainsford was given three days to survive against Ivan and General Zaroff in a deadly hunt(p.76). Zaroff was extraordinarily excited to hunt Rainsford because he knew that Rainsford had knowledge and tactics on the subject matter hunting, and General Zaroff loved a challange. On the first night of the hunt, General Zaroff catches Sanger Rainsford by catching him in a tree, but Zaroff decided to spare his life, for he wanted a more challenging game(p.79). Sparing Rainsford's life was a deadly mistake for Zaroff, because in the end, Rainsford snuck up on Zaroff and killed him(p.83).
"The Most Dangerous Game" was told by the narrator in third person perspective. The narrator was limited omniscient, he described the character's actions, but he did not describe their thoughts and ideas.
The theme that I learned from this story was that the hunter became the hunted, meaning it's not very easy to know how someone feels...