The Penguin Complete Saki Quotes

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"Why are women so fond of raking up the past? They're as bad as tailors, who invariably remember what you owe them for a suit long after you've ceased to wear it." Reginald from The Short Stories, Page 6

"It was one thing to go to the end of the world; it was quite another thing to make oneself at home there. Even respectability seemed to lose some of its virtue when one practiced it in a tent." Cross Currents from The Short Stories, Page 87

"Once a female, always a female. Nature is not always infallible but she always abides by her mistakes." The Bakers Dozen from The Short Stories, Page 93

"'We've lost Baby, she screamed. 'Do you mean that it's dead, or stampeded, or that you staked it at cards and lost it that way?' asked Clovis lazily." The Quest from The Short Stories, Page 148

"Motors and cycles...

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