How does the narrator reveal the thoughts and feelings of the two men?
In this story, Saki uses a third person omniscient narrator. This is the "all knowing" narrator. He is able to give the reader any information about the setting, plot, external world, and also the characters' thoughts.
In the first paragraph, the narrator describes the setting and shows Ulrich patrolling his land. The narrator gives us the additional insight that Ulrich is not hunting an animal. He is hunting a human foe.
After giving the backstory of the feud between the two families, the narrator notes how Ulrich and Georg hate one another so much that they both consider murder. The narrator directly tells us what Ulrich is thinking:
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