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In the short story The Interlopers the author Saki uses the setting of the story to enhance the literary elements of plots conflict theme and atmosphereIn the beginning of the short Saki uses lots of descriptive words to describe the setting He describes the forest as narrow strip of precipitous woodland that lay on the its outskirts was not remarkable for the game it harbored or the shooting it afforded but it was the most jealousy guarded of all its owners territorial possessions This part of the forest caused the feud years ago From authors description it does not sound like a good piece of land and worth fighting overThe feud is now between Ulrich von Grandwitz and Georg Znaeym Both men want to kill each other The author portraits this deep hatred when he describes them coming face-to-face Each had a rifle in his had each had hate in his heart and murder uppermost in his mind It is obvious from this statement that there is clearly an evil feud between themUlrich soon finds himself in a conflict with nature The author describes a raging storm and a terrible accident A Fierce shriek of the storm had been answered by a splitting crash over their heads and ere they could leap aside a mass of falling beech tree had thundered down on them The anger and violence of the stormy night is like how Ulrich and Georg treat each otherFeuds never end in a good way Well fight this quarrel out to the death- you and I and our foresters with no cursed interlopers to come between us By using the word interloper the reader can predict that the two feuding men will be interfered but not by whom they think although they do not want to be interferedA change happens to the men as they are stuck under a tree The authors word choice leads the reader to believe they will be friends
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