The short story "The Most Dangerous Game" is written using third person limited narration. A third person limited narrator focuses on one character's feelings, thoughts, and emotions throughout the story without in-depth knowledge of the other characters' thoughts or feelings. One can also recognize third person limited narration through the narrator's use of third person pronouns like "his," "they," and "she." Connell uses third person limited narration by focusing on Rainsford's thoughts and feelings throughout the story. In contrast, a third person omniscient narrator knows the thoughts, feelings, and emotions of every character in the story and gives the author more range and freedom to tell the story. If Connell were to tell the short story using third person omniscient narration, the reader would understand General Zaroff, Ivan, and Whitney's thoughts and feelings.