How was the protagonist of the short story The Sound Machine different from other two characters and the general public at large?
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The protagonist of the story, Klausner, was quite different from the other characters and the public at large in the story. He was an eccentric scientist who had an unhealthy obsession with his experiment. He gave all his time and energy in developing the sound machine. Not once was he seen in the story doing something else that didn’t involve his experiment. Mrs Saunders had always believed that Klausner, her neighbor, to be a rather peculiar person but when he asked her to cut another rose, she became convinced that he had gone completely mad but was harmless. Same with the doctor who applied wound at a tree just to humor Klausner as he didn’t want to face Klausner when he is displeased.
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