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Witty, Weird & Outrageous - Saki Favorite
Witty, Weird & Outrageous - Saki Favorite
Witty, Weird & Outrageous - Saki Favorite
Audiobook2 hours

Witty, Weird & Outrageous - Saki Favorite

Written by Saki

Narrated by Tom Sellwood

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

Presented here are the favorites (including many of the adventures of Clovis): The Open Window, Clovis on Parental, The Lumber-Room, Sredni Vahtar and more.
Release dateJan 1, 2001
Witty, Weird & Outrageous - Saki Favorite


Saki (1870-1916) was the pen name of British novelist and short story writer Hector Hugh Munro. Born in British Burma, Munro was the son of Inspector General Charles Augustus Munro of the Indian Imperial Police and his wife Mary Frances Mercer. Following his mother’s death from a tragic accident in 1872, Munro was sent to live in England with his paternal grandmother. In 1893, he returned to Burma to work for the Indian Imperial Police but was forced to resign in just over a year due to serious illness. He moved to London in 1896 to pursue a career as a writer. He found some success as a journalist and soon published The Rise of the Russian Empire (1900), a work of history. Emboldened, he began writing stories and novels, earning praise for Reginald (1904), a short story collection, and When William Came (1913), an invasion novel. Known for his keen wit and satirical outlook on Edwardian life, Munro was considered a master literary craftsman in his time. A gay man, he was forced to conceal his sexual identity in order to avoid criminal prosecution. At 43 years of age, he enlisted in the British cavalry and went to France to fight in the Great War. He was killed by a German sniper at the Battle of the Ancre.

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