The Works of Saki / H. H. Munro, Hector Hugh Munro, 1920s Edwardian Literature, British Author
These are in ANTIQUE/ VINTAGE condition and are quite old, so as such do have signs of wear. As you can see from the pictures the dust jackets have torn. However the books themselves have held up remarkable well for being a century old. Pages appear to be clean and without marks or stains, no eveidence of foxing or fading. Blue covers are overall in good condition with very minimal wear. The blue hardbound covers have an impression of a logo design with the name "Saki" Books measure 6 3/4" by 4 1/2"
The Chronicles of Clovis with and introduction by A.A. Milne (reprinted 1928)
Beasts and Super-Beasts with an introduction by H.W. Nevinson (reprinted 1928)
Reginald and Reginald in Russia with an introduction by Hugh Walpole (reprinted 1928)
The Unbearable Bassington with an introduction by Hon. Maurice Baring (reprinted 1928)
The Square Egg with illustrations by "Saki" and a biography by E.M. Munro (reprinted 1929)
The Toys of Peace with an introduction by G.K. Chesterton (reprinted 1928)
When William Came with an introduction by Lord Charnwood (reprinted 1929)
Made and printed in Great Britain by Butler &Tanner Ltd, Frome and London
for The Viking Press, New York
Hector Hugh Munro (better known as H.H. Munro) wrote under the pen name of Saki.
He was a British author whose works tended to satirize Edwardian Culture. His stories included wit and macabre.
Born 18 December 1870 – Died 14 November 1916 (casualty of WWI)
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