The Unbearable Bassington by Saki

Transcribed from the 1913 John Lane edition by David Price, email THE UNBEARABLE BASSINGTON CHAPTER I Francesca Bassington sat in the drawing-room of her house in Blue Street, W., regaling herself and her estimable brother Henry with China tea and small cress sandwiches. The meal was of that elegant proportion which, while ministering sympathetically

The Toys of Peace by Saki

This etext was prepared from the 1919 John Lane edition by Jane Duff. Second proofing David Price, email The Toys of Peace Contents: The Toys of Peace Louise Tea The Disappearance of Crispina Umberleigh The Wolves of Cernogratz Louis The Guests The Penance The Phantom Luncheon A Bread and Butter Miss Bertie’s Christmas Eve