H.H. Munro Biography

Author(1870–1916)
The works of British short story author H.H. Munro, who wrote under the pen name "Saki", offer a satirical commentary on Edwardian society and culture.

Synopsis

Born in Burma (now Myanmar) in 1870, H.H. Munro worked as a journalist before gaining fame as a short story writer under the pen name "Saki." His works, which include the classic stories "Tobermory” and “The Open Window,” offer a satirical commentary on Edwardian society and culture.

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