The Most Dangerous Game
1. I believe the most dangerous game was frightening because in this story the general was hunting man because he believed that human life was meaningless and was no different than an animal’s life when he himself is a human being and he seemed so good by feeding them and being a reasonable host who was saving the people and then ironically changed and hunted and killed them. This story makes me think if there is actually people out there who are that insane and bored enough to hunt man and think of it as a game not murder.
2. The definition for setting is, the place or type of surroundings where something is positioned or were an event takes place example would be a beautiful country setting. The setting of this story takes place in a remote oceanic island jungle. On this island it is set up as an obstacle course for the general and his game. One of the settings this story takes place in is a swamp. The state of mind I believe the character would feel is setting your mind on surviving and not giving up. His mind would also be set on supplies of the jungle, objects he could use to defend and protect himself he would make from the jungle.
3. This island is a tropical Caribbean island on one of the coast’s .there was only one building on this island and it was built as a mansion and had tall towers. And huge dining areas were the man of the building had huge feasts and one man parties, the man on the island was very rich and lived a formal medieval lifestyle in which he made his house a castle. In Bermuda islands there are most to exactly the same tropical, rainy really humid as the same is the island in this setting. If General Zaroff didn’t live on the island I don’t think the story would be as scary because people would know he is no were close and being a person trapped on the island would have bigger relief and a better chance of escaping to find civilization. If the island was inhabited the story would not be scary...