«H.H. Munro (1870-1916), better known by the pen name Saki, was a prolific Scottish author of the Edwardian era, who is considered as the master of brief genre. He is best known for his witty, sometimes whimsical, often cynical and bizarre short stories – his works is the attempt to satirize the social pretension, unkindness, and stupidity through the flippant wit and acerbic humor.
Published in 1911, “Tobermory” is a humorous short story about a domestic cat that learns to speak human. What amazing scientific accomplishment indeed! So, ladies and gentlemen are gathered for the show and the host's cat Tobermory is chosen to be the first object of the strange experiment. But are you sure you would really want to hear what the domestic cat has to say?
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