The Interlopers by Saki

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What is 1 aspect of indirect and direct characterization in "The Interlopers"?   Saki's "The Interlopers"

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Characters in narratives are developed and revealed in a number of indirect ways:

  1. through a physical description of the character
  2. through the character's actions
  3. through the character's thoughts, feelings, and speeches
  4. through the comments and reactions of other characters

In Saki's "The Interlopers" one use of indirect characterization comes in the presentation of the feud between Ulrich von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym:

In another use of indirect characterization , after disaster has struck the two men, Ulrich von Gradwitz has a change of...

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