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The male heads of the families were necessarily drawn into the quarrel, and the
children on either side were forbidden to have anything to do with the
unhallowed offspring of the other party. As they had to travel a good three miles
along the ...
Major Dumbarton seated on deck-chair, another chair by his side, with the name "
Mrs. Carewe" painted on it, a third near by. (Enter, R., Mrs. Carewe, seats herself
leisurely in her deck-chair, the Major affecting to ignore her presence.) ...
The thud of quick, eager hoofs on damp earth cut short his speculations. The
roan cob had been brought up to the side door. "Talk of beggars on horseback,"
thought Stoner to himself, as he trotted rapidly along the muddy lanes where he
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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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