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THE TALKING-OUT OF TARRINGTON ""OTEAVENS!" exclaimed the aunt of
Clovis, "here's some JL JL one I know bearing down on us. I can't remember his
name, but he lunched with us once in Town. Tarrington— - yes, that's it. He's
heard of ...
"My name is Tarrington," resumed the candidate for recognition. "A very useful
kind of name," said Clovis; "with a name of that sort no one would blame you if
you did nothing in particular heroic or remarkable, would they? And yet if you
were to ...
I shall call them all Tarrington; then if one or two of them die or fly away, or leave
us in any of the ways that pet owls are prone to, there will be always one or two
left to carry on your name. And my aunt won't let me forget it; she will always be ...
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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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