The Reticence of Lady Ann & Sredni Vashtar

 

Saki is the great forgotten humourist of the early 20th century. More scabrous than Wilde and less forgiving than Wodehouse, he despised the trappings of the upper-bourgeoisie he was part of. These gems reveal how he battled the claustrophobia with wit.

Author
Saki
Illustration
Christopher Rainbow
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