what is the joint summary of the story "Dusk" by Saki and the story "The Umbrella Man" by Roald Dahl

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kaustubhbhatter | Student, Grade 10 | (Level 1) Salutatorian

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I suggest you go for a separate summary for each.

Umbrella man brings about a more rational approach, giving credit to the skills of the trickster. Dusk on the other hand doesn't show as much professionalism by the trickster(since he lacked a soap) and more critical analysation on the part of Gortsby since he was quick enough to counter-question him(asking him to produce the soap).

Thus go for two separate summaries ...

Nonetheless, good question.

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