Short Stories

Stacy Aumonier

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This is a collection of forty-one short stories by British author Stacy Aumonier. A prolific writer of short stories, Aumonier wrote more than eighty-five of them throughout his life, as well as novels, character studies, and essays. The stories in this collection, published between 1916 and 1929 include: Burney's Laugh; The Chinese Philosopher and the European War; Cricket; Mrs. Huggins's Hun; The Return; Solemn-Looking Blokes; A Source of Irritation; Them Others; To-morrow You Will be King; Tuez! Tuez!; Where Was Whych Street; One Sunday Morning; The Great Unimpressionable; Overheard; Miss Bracegirdle Does Her Duty; The Accident of Crime; The Friends; The Landlord of the Love-A-Duck; An Adventure in Bed; Juxtapositions; The Funny Man's Day; The Match; The Old Lady with the Two Umbrellas; The Bent Tree; The Golden Windmill; Old Fags; The Kidnapped General; A Man of Letters; The Fall; The Happy Man; Old Iron; The Song of Praise; The Octave of Jealousy; The Spoil-Sport; Arpeggio; Face; One Law for the Rich; Two of those Women; Little White Frock; The Grayles; and, Armistice.

This book has 233,278 words, 398 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published between 1916 and 1929.

Production notes: This ebook of Short Stories was published by Global Grey in 2021, and updated on the 15th January 2024. The artwork used for the cover is 'Joyful May' by Stanislav Yulianovich Zhukovsky.

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