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(1870-1916) born on
Dec 18
Scottish short-story writer. H. H. Munro wrote fantastic, witty stories about the Edwardian social scene, e.g., "Not So Stories," 1902.
The people of Crete unfortunately make more history than they can consume locally.

All decent people live beyond their incomes nowadays, and those who aren't respectable live beyond other people's. A few gifted individuals manage to do both.
Sherard Blaw, the dramatist who had discovered himself, and who had given so ungrudgingly of his discovery to the world.
Think how many blameless lives are brightened by the blazing indiscretions of other people.
Every reformation must have its victims. You can't expect the fatted calf to share the enthusiasm of the angels over the prodigal's return.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: The Jesting of Arlington Stringham."
R: The Match-Maker."
A: The Unbearable Bassington," Ch. 13
N: Reginald, in "Reginald at the Carlton," 1904.
K: Reginald on the Academy."

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