Sredni Vashtar and Other Stories

Sredni Vashtar and Other Stories

Born in Burma in 1870, Scottish writer H. H. Munro adopted the pseudonym Saki to satirize the social conventions, cruelty, and foolishness of the Edwardian era. His highly readable blend of flippant humor and outrageous inventiveness is often overlaid with a mood of horror. After Munro's untimely death in action during World War I, Christopher Morley wrote: "the empty glass we turn down for him is the fragile, hollow-stemmed goblet meant for the finest champagne;… (more)

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Publisher: Dover Publications (August 03, 2015)

Collection: Dover Thrift Editions

Parent ISBN: 9780486285214

Page count: 96 pages

Language: English


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