The Storyteller


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  2. ^ "Saki: A Life of Hector Hugh Munro, with six short stories never before collected" (Hamish Hamilton, London, 1981), extract at
  3. ^ "The Square Egg," p. 102
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  9. ^ Saki: Short Stories I (1978, ISBN 0-460-01105-7) Williams cites Rothay Reynolds, "his friend".
  10. ^ Elahipanah, Nooshin (2004), "Saki's Engagement with Evolution, Naturalism and Determinism", Postgraduate English (Durham University) 9, retrieved 18 August 2013 
  11. ^ Perhaps because of its subtitle: "A Tragedy in the Manner of the Discursive Dramatists". It was included only in later printings (1946 onwards) of The Complete Short Stories of Saki (John Lane The Bodley Head Limited)

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