This scene represents character vs. nature. It shapes the audience's perspective by giving the reader imagery so the audience can imagine what Rainsford is going through.
It creates suspense because the reader doesn't know what will happen to Rainsford. Will he die or will he survive?
This setting shapes the characters perspective by Rainsford having to using his strategies to survive the forest and he has to use the jungle as an advantage.
This creates suspense because the reader doesn't know if Rainsford will actually accept this or just escape the island.
This scene propels the action because this is when the Graneral tells Rainsford that he wants to hunt him. But he didn't really ask him he told him that if he wasn't going to play his game he was going to make Ivan kill him painfully and slowly.
This scene is Character Vs. Man. The conflict reveals the character as sweet and innocent. The General has made a game where he hunts people. Rainsford thinks that that is just absolutely crazy and psycho.
I don't want to be hunted! This entire thing is crazy
It propels the action because if he would not have fell off the boat he wouldn't have found Ship Trap island.
This is character vs. self. It reveals the character by showing that Rainsford has no care for the feelings of his prey as evidenced in his conversations on the ship before he falls off and arrives at Ship Trap Island.
This creates suspense because the reader doesn't know what kind of trouble Rainsford has gotten into and if he will survive or not.