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Fri Mar 21 17:15:06 2014 UTClccn-n810794860.07The story-teller : thirteen tales /0.310.97Jaki : con 12 riproduzioni /7396805Sakin 81079486624748Munro, H. H.Munro, H. H. 1870-1916Munro, H. H. (Hector Hugh), 1870-1916Munro, Hector H.Munro, Hector H. 1870-1916Munro, Hector H. (Hector Hugh), 1870-1916Munro, Hector Hugh.Munro, Hector Hugh, 1870-1916Munro, Hector Hugh 1870-1916 Wirklicher NameMunro, Hector Hugo 1870-1916Munroe, Hector Hugh 1870-1916Sakiמונרו, הקטור הגサキlccn-n89614218Munro, E. M.(Ethel M.)lccn-n50037704Langguth, A. J.1933-viaf-236302606Gillen, Charles H.lccn-n97002137Byrne, Sandielccn-n2010015370Spencer, Alexandernrtlccn-no94018831Recorded Books, Inclccn-n79021903Greene, Graham1904-1991auiedtlccn-no2006079455Spears, George Jameslccn-nr88010409Lambert, J. W.(Jack Walter)1917-1986edtlccn-n80144229Titherington, JeanneSaki1870-1916FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDramaHistoryParodies, imitations, etcHumorSatireShort stories, EnglishSaki,Manners and customsShort storiesAuthors, EnglishEngland--LondonSatire, EnglishChildren's stories, EnglishJudaismInterpersonal relationsDramaGreat BritainEnglish dramaPolitical scienceCarroll, Lewis,Alice's adventures in Wonderland (Carroll, Lewis)FictionEnglish fictionAlice (Fictitious character : Carroll)Chappell, Warren,ComedyNabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich,Kafka, Franz,Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de,Nova ScotiaEnglish language--Translating into SpanishTranslating and interpretingEnglish literatureNast, Thomas,Sebold, AliceTezuka, Osamu,Tolstoy, Leo,--graf,Degas, Edgar,McHugh, Maureen FJeunet, Jean-Pierre,Kincaid, JamaicaAragonés, Sergio,Von Ziegesar, CecilyWatson, Ian,Young adult literatureOlmsted, Frederick Law,Cornwell, Patricia DanielsMaher, BillEggers, DaveLahiri, JhumpaLehane, DennisIrving, Washington,Tartt, DonnaCornell, JosephArtists18701916189919001902190319041905191019111912191319141916191819191920192119221924192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195619581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013282036591721823.912PR6025.U675ocn185650111ocn797603667ocn724941313ocn185934425ocn185934455ocn797725814ocn765248777ocn693986954ocn797499859ocn494684340ocn691594883ocn691628984ocn691474169ocn691721742ocn691655241ocn765297476ocn661827319ocn075793506150329ocn049293559file19190.27SakiThe toys of peaceEdwardian society was rife with hypocrisy and ridiculousness, and the writer who worked under the pen name Saki delighted in skewering these conventions. The collection The Toys of Peace, and Other Papers includes one of Saki's best-known short stories and a variety of other engaging pieces+-+0115090226324127851ocn659565314file19140.35SakiBeasts and super-beastsBeasts and Super-Beasts is a collection of short stories by Hector Hugh Munro, published under his literary pseudonym, Saki. The stories are each concerned in some way with a different animal, as the title suggests. Munro's style is simple, cynical and humorous+-+809269022632411853ocn049293012file0.25SakiBeasts and super-beasts11682ocn044957492file0.25SakiReginald in Russia11572ocn049295117file0.25SakiThe chronicles of Clovis107142ocn659561219file19130.35SakiWhen William came a story of London under the HohenzollernsFictionWhen William Came, published in 1913, predicted the imminent World War. In this story Germany wins the war and the royal family, the Hohenzollerns, rule in London. Life under German rule in chronicled in this example of invasion literature, which sprang from the tensions in Europe at the turn of the century+-+519269022632410356ocn007554446book19810.27Langguth, A. JSaki, a life of Hector Hugh Munro : with six short stories never before collectedBiography92775ocn002655405book19300.27SakiThe best of Saki (H.H. Munro)FictionReprise d'une anthologie de 1930 qui réunit les trente meilleures nouvelles de H. H. Munro. A la fois cruels et drolatiques, ces textes brefs mais insolites composent un fantastique particulier à cet auteur pince-sans-rire dont les personnages sont comme des miroirs-échos. Heureuse réédition. [SDM]+-+378297588587465ocn000490776book19300.27SakiThe short stories of Saki (H.H. Munro)HistoryBiographyFictionThe phantom luncheon; A bread and butter Miss; Bertie's Christmas Eve; Forewarned; The interlopers; Quail seed; Canossa; The threat;Excepting Mes. Pentherby; Mark; The hedgehog; The mappined life; Fate; The bull; Morlvera; Shock Tactics; The seven ceam jugs; The occasional garden' The sheep; The oversight; Huacinth; The image of the lost soul; The purple of the Balkan Kings; The cupboard of the yesterdays; Fot the duration of the wat; The square egg; Birds on the western fromt; The gala Programme; The infernal parliament; The achievement of the cat; The old town of Pskoff; Clovis on the alleged romance of business; The comments of Moung Ka; Biography of Saki--E. M. Munro; Index of titles85763ocn711782821book19120.39SakiThe unbearable BassingtonFictionEdwardian satirist Hector Hugh Munro produced a prodigious body of fiction, plays, and other writing under the pen name Saki. The novella The Unbearable Bassington follows the travails of Comus Bassington, a playboy and ne'er-do-well who is ultimately sent away to the British Colonies by his long-suffering family+-+301509022632475373ocn711703242book19110.37SakiThe chronicles of ClovisHector Hugh Munro was a prolific British writer who worked in a variety of literary genres. Under the pen name Saki, he produced a series of plays and tales, many of which center around a sophisticated bon vivant called Clovis who delights in skewering the pretensions of his elders with a rapier-like wit. The stories collected in The Chronicles of Clovis will delight fans of P.G. Wodehouse, Rudyard Kipling, and Oscar Wilde+-+691509022632471423ocn000962920book19330.37SakiThe novels and plays of Saki (H.H. Munro) complete in one volumeDramaFor contents, see Author Catalog+-+03759363353246803ocn049295143file0.22SakiThe unbearable Bassington6524ocn061460895file19830.12SakiSaki54138ocn007066036book19750.24SakiThe complete works of SakiIncludes over 125 short stories, as well as three novels and three plays39024ocn004524232book19630.32SakiThe Bodley Head Saki : short stories : The unbearable Bassington3688ocn041951023book19820.23SakiThe Penguin complete SakiThis omnibus edition contains the author's short stories, novels, and plays+-+63253669652812ocn008387795book19820.07SakiThe story-teller : thirteen talesA selection of stories about children, by a master of the witty and satirical short story23421ocn001028138book19020.76SakiThe Westminster AliceHumorParodies, imitations, etcSatire21911ocn000157734book19330.39SakiThe novels and plays of Saki (H. H. Munro)Drama176813ocn000291870book19300.27SakiThe short stories of Saki (H.H. Munro)HistoryBiographyFictionContains the best of Saki's short stories, a biography by his sister and an introduction13722ocn001418512book19760.24SakiThe complete works of SakiAll the stories, the three novels, and the three plays of the popular English writer, who delighted in the elegant and inelegant, the mannered and ill-mannered, the trivial and privileged denizens of pre-war England and Empire9392ocn000080110book19690.32GILLEN, Charles HH.H. Munro (Saki)Criticism, interpretation, etc9154ocn191045335file20070.53Byrne, SandieThe unbearable Saki the work of H.H. MunroCriticism, interpretation, etc"Saki's short stories have been much reprinted as well as adapted for radio, stage, and television, but his novels, The Unbearable Bassington and When William Came , are almost unknown, his journalism and travel writing forgotten, and his plays rarely performed. Sandie Byrne argues that his reputation has been unfairly overshadowed by his predecessor Oscar Wilde, contemporary George Bernard Shaw, and successors P.G. Wodehouse and Evelyn Waugh." "In a well-meaning introduction to the Penguin Complete Saki, Noel Coward reinforced the received image of Saki's work as celebrating an Edwardian or even Victorian milieu of privilege, luxury, and affectation; comedies of manners and light satire. Byrne shows that Saki's writing was no nostalgic evocation of a lost golden age, and that he was rarely concerned with the charm and delight Coward describes. His preoccupations were with England, the values of Empire, and the dangerous beauty of the feral ephebe. The threat to the first two of these triggered his alleged metamorphosis from cosmopolitan cynic and dandy-about-town to patriotic, even jingoistic, NCO, in a manner worthy of his blackest humor."--BOOK JACKET. (Blackwell)+-+40517744654304ocn001511770book19630.50Spears, George JamesThe satire of Saki: a study of the satiric art of Hector H. MunroCriticism, interpretation, etc20211ocn001172163book19240.63SakiThe square egg and other sketches, with three plays+-+94178426961632ocn031417306visu19910.21The Open window &, Child's playDramaFilm adaptationsHector Hugh Munroe (Saki) had a wonderful imagination. He was fascinated with the intricacies of the mind and the casual influence one can exert over others by the suggestive powers of language. In "The Open Window" perhaps the best known of his stories as it is studied in most of our schools, we see how a young girl's descriptive marrative fuels the imagination of her attentive visitor. In "Child's Play" we find the story of a young boy's struggle for identity amid the conflict with his restrictive guardian. Each film represents the unique art of storytelling that was "Saki."1583ocn003043887book19180.27SakiThe toys of peaceEdwardian society was rife with hypocrisy and ridiculousness, and the writer who worked under the pen name Saki delighted in skewering these conventions. The collection The Toys of Peace, and Other Papers includes one of Saki's best-known short stories and a variety of other engaging pieces1291ocn630571405com19590.79Toys of peaceTelevision adaptationsDramatization of a short story by H.H. Munro, 'Saki'534ocn013928485book19240.70SakiThe square egg : and other sketches, with three plays and illustrations271ocn082144351book20060.18SakiThe fiction : complete and unabridged181ocn046825245book19980.37Gätke, RalphLiterarische Komik : Saki, Nabokov, KafkaCriticism, interpretation, etc131ocn032778197book19930.86Bernet de Rodrigues, JosefinaShort story translation : from theory to practiceCriticism, interpretation, etc111ocn232329667book20040.29Authors & artists for young adultsBio-bibliography+-+6488412325111ocn016600247book19820.33Langguth, A. JSaki : a life of Hector Hugh Munro : with six stories never before collectedBiography102ocn055099049book19820.25Langguth, A. JSaki : life of Hector Hugh MunroBiography+-+910712724532451ocn032640253book19930.23Short story criticism : excerpts from criticism of the works of short fiction writersCriticism, interpretation, etc51ocn005331483book19650.97Sciascia, LeonardoJaki : con 12 riproduzioni42ocn611359077com0.18Saki : (1870-1916)Criticism, interpretation, etc31ocn047654430book19970.92Valencia Goelkel, HernandoLección del olvidado y otros ensayosCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+8092690226324+-+8092690226324Fri Mar 21 15:36:12 EDT 2014batch47071