Literary Contexts in Short Stories: "The Interlopers" by Saki [Hector Hugh Munro]

Byrne, Sandie
September 2006
Literary Contexts in Short Stories: Hector Hugh Munro's 'The Int;2006, p1
Literary Criticism
The short stories of H.H. Munro (Saki) often reveal a dark and disturbing undercurrent. Their humor often disguises biting satire and a deeply cynical attitude to human nature. In "The Interlopers," a pack of wolves is hunting; two men are searching for one another. Which are the predators and which the prey, and which are the interlopers?


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