Reginald in Russia: And Other Sketches
Edwardian author Hector Hugh Munro wrote under the cryptic pseudonym Saki, producing a diverse and robust body of work. This collection includes a story that follows Reginald, a recurring character in Saki's writing, to the frosty burgs of early twentieth-century Russia.
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