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The dear gods, who know the end before the beginning, were perhaps growing a
gardener's boy somewhere to fit the garments, and Judkin was only a caretaker,
inhabiting a portion of them. That is what I like to think, and I am probably wrong.
able," said Sir Lulworth; "perhaps the most striking instance of it occurred in this
country while you were away in the wilds of Mexico. I mean the wander fever
which suddenly displayed itself in the managing and editorial staffs of certain
Not screaming, I hope; cursing and storming, perhaps. I don't think a Von
Jagdstein would scream even in a moment like that. Bar. The bravest man's
courage might be turned to water, looking down at death from that horrid window.
It makes ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - elucubrare - LibraryThing
Saki is one of those authors (like most, I believe) who are better taken in moderation. The Complete Works become wearing, though not entirely devoid of charm. One becomes steadily more aware of his ... Read full review
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There was a time when I thought this was pretty cool. Now that I'm older it dawns on me that HH Munro must have hated the human race. His stories are funny in the sense that you get an occasional ... Read full review
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