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The Duke sat in a pennyworth of chair in St. James's Park, listening to the
pessimisms of Belturbet, who reviewed the existing political situation from the
gloomiest of standpoints. "Where I think you political spade-workers are so silly,"
said the ...
Repeated references on the part of the guests to the local political conditions and
prospects in Sir James's constituency were met with vague "ahs" and "indeeds"
from Lady Drakmanton, who might have been expected to be specially ...
He wrote for the Westminster Gazette political satires, called. "Alice in
Westminster," illustrated by Carruthers Gould, and afterwards published in book
form, as The Westminster Alice. In these sketches all the characters are public
men, chiefly ...
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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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