#2 is a and c
"Who are they?" asked George quickly, straining his eyes to see what the other would gladly have not seen. "Wolves." Would be the correct answer.
(2) "Relief at being alive and exasperation at his captive plight brought a strange medley of pious thank-offerings and sharp curses to Ulrich's lips."
2 "'Who are they?' asked Georg quickly, straining his eyes to see what the other would gladly not have seen. 'Wolves.'"
Option 2 is the correct answer because it is a textual evidence from "The Interlopers" that concludes that hatred eventually takes its own revenge.
"The Interlopers" is a story written by British writer, Hector Hugh Munro (pen name: Saki)
The story tells of two characters, Ulrich von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym, who were enemies from birth. They were not in good terms.
But a time came when they became grown men, they were determined to end their feud but found themselves in a life-or-death situation. Their reconciliation seem to come late.
2. "'Who are they?' asked Georg quickly, straining his eyes to see what the other would gladly not have seen. 'Wolves.'"
Saki's novel "The Interlopers" is about two feuding families and their eternal hatred that took a fateful turn to the main characters. This book deals with the theme of enmity or hatred between the two men which ultimately led to their deaths.
The families of Ulrich von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym have been in an unending feud about the ownership of a plot of land which became the bone of contention between the two. The hatred and animosity were such that both men were up in arms against the other, even to the risk of killing one another. And when Georg and his neighbor enemy Ulrich were stuck under the tree trunk, wolves came to them and eventually killed them. This shows that hatred eventually takes its own revenge, for the men were against each other and didn't even think of uniting to save themselves when the wolves arrived.
Thus, the correct answer is option 2.
'The Interlopers' is a short story written by Saki. The story is about feud between two families over a piece of land.
The conclusion of the story that hatred posit to takes its own revenge can be found in the passage of option 2. This is also the last lines of the story.
In this incidence, the two heads of the family are fighting when a tree fell on them and traps them. While they were trapped under the tree, they saw a pack of wolves coming towards them. The author did not specify about what happened next leaving it to the readers imagination.
But this incident clearly shows that hatred posits to takes its own revenge.
Thus correct option is 2.
1. A) "'We have quarrelled like devils all our lives over this stupid strip of forest, ... '"
2. C) "'Who are they?' asked Georg quickly, straining his eyes to see what the other would gladly not have seen. 'Wolves.'"
3. C)It helps establish the setting and shows something about the characters.
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An idea was slowly forming and growing in his brain, an idea that gained strength every time that he looked across at the man who was fighting so grimly against pain and exhaustion.
both of these excerpts have the feeling of revenge behind them
the answer is d. books are banned from the library. this is an example of censorship because the library did not want people reading the content of those books. the library censored the books by banning them.