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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 425 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 on the 23rd December 2021. The artwork used for the cover is 'Joyful May' by Stanislav Yulianovich Zhukovsky.
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