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What is the setting in "The Interlopers" by Saki?

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According to an eNotes study guide, "The Interlopers" is a short story by Saki, set in the Carpathian Mountains of Eastern Europe. The story resembles a fable and concerns the conflict between two families.

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According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, the Carpathian Mountains constitute the easterly extension of the Alps. The Encyclopedia also states that this mountain range is conventionally held to begin at a point in Slovakia, extending for 900 miles to Romania. The source clarifies, however, that the accurate limits in a geological sense are different, extending as far west as Austria and as far south as Serbia and Montenegro.

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