Compare And Contrast The Interlopers By Saki And Two Friends

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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.

“The Interlopers,” show us the main character, a relatively poor forester and hunter from a family of foresters and hunters, Georg continues to hunt on the strip of land at the edge of Ulrich’s forest because he believes it should still belong to his family. Georg, like Ulrich, has a gang of men who roam the forest with him, rifles ready to shoot game or the opposing party. When Ulrich and Georg become trapped together beneath a large tree, Georg declares that his men will roll the trunk over Ulrich and kill him if they are the first to arrive. And when Ulrich reconsiders their feud and offers friendship, Georg is skeptical at first.
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“The interlopers” takes place on the border of two plots of land.The entire short story, "The Interlopers," by Saki H. H. Munro takes place in a wooded forest in the Carpathian Mountains that extend through parts of the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and the Ukraine.while “Two Friends" is a short story by the French author Guy de Maupassant, published in 1882. The story is set in Paris during the Franco-Prussian War, when the city lay under siege. The story examines French bravery, German stereotypes and, unusually for Maupassant, discusses the nature and justification of war in the form of a conversation between the two
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