Character Development In The Interlopers By Saki

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Saki, the author of The Interlopers, is most effective in creating and developing characters. Each character is round and dynamic, changing greatly as the story progresses. They are described perfectly and the reader have a great insight as to who they are as a person and what they want in their lives. Each character has his own individual set of motivations but both men are motivated to do the same thing but with similar reasons. It was also a longer story than the others meaning that there was more space for the author to develop the characters instead of focusing on the plot.
One reason The Interlopers is a story with better character development is because Saki clearly states the two men's motivation. When Georg Znaeym says “The neighbor feud had grown into a personal one since Ulrich had become head of his family." This quote shows that he obviously dislike Ulrich von Gradwitz and his
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It was a family issue, not a personal one between the two men. Ulrich felt pity for how wounded his enemy was and no longer wanted to hate him, but to feel sorry. This was the point in the story in which the characters became more dynamic. Their personalities changed and so did their feelings for one another.
The author of The Interlopers is most effective in creating and developing characters. He shows the depths of hate between the characters and their families. Even on the brink of death, the men continued to wish ill on the other. But as the story went on, the characters become more dynamic because of the change in attitude toward each other. The Interlopers proved multiple times to show the best characterization of all three
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