Chances are, you would have to be an English major to know who Saki was. This is a crime, because Saki (H.H. Munro, 1870-1916) is killingly funny. He was inspired by Oscar Wilde and Lewis Carroll a generation before him, and in turn inspired P.G. Wodehouse, Graham Greene, and A.A. Milne. In our generation, he influenced Edward Gorey, who illustrated his book, THE UNREST-CURE AND OTHER STORIES (New York Review Books, 2013.) It is a perfect match.