Saki Bibliography

A Collectors Reference Guide

UK First Edition Books

      Find an Author
A B C D E
F G H I J
K L M N O
P Q R S T
U V W XYZ  


More Information
Saki, born 1870 and died 1916, killed in World War I, was a pseudonym of the author HH Munro. He used this name for his humorous work and short stories. He also worked as a journalist and his work is often said to have a darker side and almost bitter exposure of human condition. It is fair to say his works deserves greater exposure and critical acclaim. The books are all collectable though and none are particularly cheap. His most substantial work is probably The Unbearable Bassington, though the later compilations of short stories are highly recommended to readers.
If you are looking to buy or sell books then our Booksellers - Book Stores section may be of some assistance.

You may also Like
Evelyn Waugh
Keith Waterhouse
Tom Sharpe

Title   Date Notes
The Rise of the Russian Empire Grant Richards 1900  
The Westminster Alice Westminster Gazette 1902 wraps, also in boards
Reginald Methuen 1904  
Reginald in Russia and Other Sketches Methuen 1910  
The Chronicles of Clovis Lane 1911  
Mrs Elmsley Constable 1911 as Hector Munro
The Unbearable Bassington Lane 1912  
When William Came Lane 1913  
Beasts and Superbeasts Lane 1914  
The Toys of Peace Lane 1919  
The Square Egg and Other Stories John Lane 1924  
The Collected Short Stories Lane 1930  
The Collected Novels and Plays Bodley 1933  

bibliography section

bookseller world

join us     contact us     site map