From what point of view is "The Most Dangerous Game" told and who is the narrator?
The point of view of "The Most Dangerous Game" is third person limited. Even though it seems that you find out a great deal of information about Zaroff, the story chronicles more of the adventures and feelings of Rainsford. One example of this is during the hunt; at this point in the story you only get a look at Rainsford's point of view. This is also true in the closing scene of the short story.
The narrator is not given a name, which is usually the case with most stories written in third person point of view.