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Saki

1870 - 1916
Saki was the pen name of the British writer and journalist Hector Hugh Munro. Influenced by such authors as Oscar Wilde or Lewis Carroll, Saki was considered a master of the short story. To depict the Edwardian social scene, he generally used a casual wit in his stories, his main goals being to satirize social pretention, unkindness and stupidity and to create an atmosphere of horror.
The author has not published any story yet.