Two Friends and The Interlopers Comparison Introduction: The story “The Interlopers” by Saki and “Two Friends” by Guy de Maupassant have a plethora of similarities and differences. The following analyzes both stories and compares and contrasts them using the seven elements of fiction. Setting:
Comparing “Two friends” to “The Interlopers” is like comparing black and white. The characters from this two-story are so different, in the way they feel about each other, and how they react when they see each other. Monsieur Morissot and Monsieur Sauvage were delighted when they crossed paths, the two friends couldn’t believe they haven’t seen each other in a long time due to the war that was going on. The two friends are passionate about fishing. On the contrary, the characters from “The Interlopers" are rivals, they 've been fighting a feud their whole life.
Similarities and Differences Between “The Interlopers and Two Friends” they are both different character wise because the interlopers shows two guys who hated each other but, later became friends when they were at the end of their life. The similarity between these two stories is they both revolve around only two men. In a short documentary on youtube it shows the two men making up and seeing that all this trouble they caused may have just caused their death. THe lar sentence in the first paragraph it says “Ulrich von Gradwitz patrolled the dark forest in quest of a human enemy”. The first sentence in paragraph four it says “Every Sunday, that he met a tubby, jolly little man by the name of Sauvage.
Liberty 5-3000 is a peasant woman and works in the fields next to where Equality 7-2521 and International 4-8818 is also a street sweeper alongside Equality 7-2521 and is his best friend. Our main character falls in love with Liberty 5-3000 and gives her a name in his mind, The Golden One. The Golden One soon tells our main character that she to has made a name for him and she reveals that calls him, The Unconquered. It reveals that International 4-8818 is not that bright -in the book- and is a clumsy fool. They both have important roles as characters in the Novella.
F.Scott Fitzgerald is an American novelist and a short story writer. He is the author of the famous novel “ The Great Gatsby”, which is written in the 1920’s. The period of the 1920’s is well known as the roaring twenties due to lack of morales and the lowering of standards and expectations, people intended just to have a good time not caring about the outcomes of their and how they will effect their lives. Fitzgerald wants to prove in his novel the death of “The American Dream” it’s just a myth. The author of this novel shows the death of the american dream through the events surrounding Gatsby, and Daisy.
The Outsiders Final 5 Paragraph Essay S. E. Hinton’s The Outsiders is a novel that follows a group of boys growing up in the 1960s who have to face prejudice and stereotypes on a daily basis. The author uses multiple examples of prejudice in the novel to demonstrate the destructive nature of prejudice on the characters in the story, such as fights between characters, friendships being torn apart, and people feeling ashamed of who they are and which social class they belong in. The first examples of prejudice shown in the novel are fights and hate between the two social classes. As a result of prejudice, many characters got into fights and there was a lot of hate between the two classes.
“The Interlopers” and “The Story of an Hour” are very different short story’s. However, the wolves from “The Interlopers” and Louise Mallard from “ The Story of an Hour” want someone dead/killed. Louise Mallard just heard a terrible accident that happened with her husband. Her husband was killed in a train accident. She is very happy, when she hears the news because she is now free of him.
The Story of an Hour, and The Interlopers can be compared and contrasted in many different ways. They both make use of irony, and have similar endings. The theme, however, is different in these stories. Irony has three main uses. Verbal, situational, and dramatic.
Do you think being in the face of danger and or death could bring people closer together? In the short stories “The Interlopers” by Saki and “Two Friends” by Guy de Maupassant, this task was reached. The stories relay a similar message about loyalty and fate. Their demonstrations of this theme are very dissimilar, however. The short story “The Interlopers” shares a team that fear can alter a friendship to the better while , “Two Friends” shares a team of alerting people that the Even when being put in the worst situations when someone who you value is there, fear is worthless to you.
In the story “The knight in the Cart” by Chrétien de Troyes we are taken through the journey of Lancelot. The quest motif tells us that one who goes on a quest is growing from a child to a man. The quest of Lancelot follows this motif heavily. During any kind of quest, you age and grow. You grow physically and you grow mentally.