The Protagonist of "Most Dangerous Game" is Rainsford. Rainsford was a famous hunter from New York known around the "hunting world". In the book he falls off his yacht and onto Ship-Wreck island. He finds Gen. Zaroff and learns that Gen. Zaroff is a murderer. He's the protagonist because he has a positive objective which is to escape the island and find his friends.
The antagonist of "The Most Dangerous Game" is General Zaroff. General Zaroff was a hunting fan of Rainsford. At one point he stops hunting animals and starts hunting humans. When Rainsford finds out that General Zaroff is a murderer he killed him.
The setting of the book "the most dangerous game" is on an island called "ship-trap island" somewhere in the southwest Atlantic. Also, this took place during the 19th century. This is important because you can't have a book without the setting.
The Self Vs. Self in the "The Most Dangerous Game" is that General Zaroff was hunting animals but then suddenly just snapped and started to hunt Humans.
The Self Vs. Man in "The Most Dangerous Game" is when Gen. Zaroff started to hunt Rainsford and Rainsford had to survive.
The Self Vs. Nature in "The Most Dangerous Game" is when Rainsford was cast out and had to survive on the island with only a small amount of supplies. An example of this is when Rainsford accidentally got trapped in quicksand that was in a swamp.
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