Why is the setting of "The Most Dangerous Game" significant?

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The setting of "The Most Dangerous Game" is significant because a deserted island that has little to no contact with the rest of the world is probably one of the only places that Zaroff could have his "hunts". 

Without laws for Zaroff to follow he becomes the law, what he says is how things will be and no one can question his authority.

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