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date: 26 June 2019

Saki ( H(ector) H(ugh) Munro; 1870–1916) 

Source:
Who's Who in the Twentieth Century
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 Market House Books Market House Books

British short-story writer.Munro was born in Burma, where his father was inspector-general of police. After his mother's death he was sent to England to be brought up by his grandmother and aunts in a straitlaced household, the funny side of which he only appreciated in later life. After leaving Bedford Grammar School, Munro went back to Burma to join the police (... ...

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