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About the Author
Saki (H.H. Munro) (1870 - 1916) was the author of numerous short stories, often humorous and macabre, and full of eccentric wit and unconventional situations. His best known collections include Reginald (1904) and The Chronicles of Clovis (1911). He also wrote the novel The Unbearable Bassington (1912), a marvelous social satire of the upperclass Edwardian world. He was killed on the Western Front during the First World War.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I liked it and the writing style was amazing, but it was boring and the ending just felt off because I just couldn't tell what it represented exactly. I have a clue but I'm not on the ball with this one. I thought it was pretty funny as a book in itself as well. His satirical representation of the characters and objects made it very easy to go through, but in all truth it was boring as a whole. Those that enjoy books I would say read it, but those that read once in a while it will take your life away. I'm personally glad I read it though.