I’m not a huge fan of read the story and answer the study questions types of assignments.
In fact, if you check out my “Interlopers” lesson plans and activities, you’ll notice I prefer graphic organizers that lend themselves to more in depth class discussions.
Saki also uses diction in this short story to portray his theme more precisely.
After Dullamy becomes a great success, he finds someone else to marry his daughter named Clovis who stated “‘After all,’ said Cloves, meeting him shortly afterwards at his club, ‘you have this doubtful consolation, that ‘tis not in mortals to countermand success’” (Saki 4).
Saki’s writing styles are also similar when he uses irony as the resolution of the book.
Also, both of the short stories end with a tragic ending where the main characters get rejected or get killed.
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Discussing Saki and his Writing Styles as seen in the Short Stories Filboid Studge, the Story of a Mouse That Helped and The Interlopers Saki, the author of the short stories Filboid Studge, the Story of a Mouse That Helped and The Interlopers, uses many different ways to portray the same ideas.
This short story is about two enemies who are hunting and their near-death experience brings them together for a short while before a pack of wolves come and get them.
“But the game for whose presence he kept so keen an outlook was none that figured in the sportsman’s calendar as lawful and proper for the chase: Ulrich von Gradwitz patrolled the dark forest in quest for a human enemy”(Saki 269).