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"One meets with those ideas of reincarnation so frequently, even in the West,"
said Sir Lulworth, "that one can hardly set them down as being mad. And Laura
was such an unaccountable person in this life that I should not like to lay down ...
"The Canon of tragic memory," said Lulworth. "Exactly, of tragic memory, as you
say; a tragedy that has never been fathomed." "Probably the simplest explanation
was the correct one," said Sir Lulworth; "he slipped on the stone staircase and ...
"Oh, read the letter," said Sir Lulworth impatiently. "It's a long rambling affair, like
most of his letters in his later years," said Egbert. "I'll read the part that bears
immediately on the mystery. " 'I very much fear I shall have to get rid of Sebastien.
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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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