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The compelling motive for her sudden deviation towards the footsteps of Nimrod
was the fact that Loona Bimberton had recently been carried eleven miles in an
aeroplane by an Algerian aviator, and talked of nothing else; only a personally ...
... with her disagreeably pleasant laugh. "No one would believe it," said Mrs.
Packletide, her face changing colour as rapidly as though it were going through a
book of patterns before post-time. "Loona Bimberton would," said Miss Mebbin.
'So clever of you, dear Loona,' the Packletide remarked when she had read it; 'of
course, any one could write a Coronation Ode, but no one else would have
thought of doing it.' Loona protested that these things were extremely difficult to
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Tilda.Tilds - LibraryThing
Hysterically funny with Saki's good old-fashioned dry English wit. A collection of stories with rarely a miss and most will make you laugh out loud if you share Hector Hugh Munro's sense of the ridiculous. Read full review
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Complete and utter trite. Avoid at all costs. Read full review
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