Saki, otherwise known as Hector Hugh Munro, was described by many scholars as one of the masters of short stories. Most of his works were a satire about the culture and society of the Edwardian era. Some of his famous publications are "The Toys of Peace", “The Westminster Alice” and "The Interlopers". He also wrote a number of plays with the most popular one named “The Watched Pot”.
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He was educated at Pencarwick School. The English writer continued his studies at the well-known Bedford School.
He was shot by an unknown German sniper in France during the First World War.
He fought in many battles as a member of the British Army.
It was believed that he was gay.
He started his career as a writer in 1896 and had his work published in a number of newspapers including Daily Express and The Westminster Gazette.
F.A.Q. about Saki
When is his birthday?
Saki's birthday is on December 18, 1870.
In how many days is his birthday?
Saki's birthday is in 20 days
How old was Saki when he died?
He was 45 years old.
When did he die?
He died in November 13, 1916.
How old would he be today?
Saki would be 152 years old if he was alive today.
Where was Saki from?
He was born in Akyab, Burma.