The Penguin Complete Saki - Reginald in Russia Summary & Analysis

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Reginald in Russia Summary

In "Reginald in Russia," Reginald is visiting with a Princess named Olga. Reginald shares bits of information about other people of note but says that the princess is not particularly impressed with his information. In "The Lost Sanjak," a man who is about to be executed talks to a prison chaplain. The man says that he would not be facing execution if he had been "one of the few men in England familiar with the fauna of the Outer Hebrides" or was able to recite a particular poetry. He then explains how he came to be in the current situation. He says it began when he fell in love with the wife of a doctor and, believing that she shared the emotion, declared his love. She tells him to leave and he does but finds a dead body of a Salvation Army captain...

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