The Chronicles of Clovis


The Chronicles of Clovis is not a novel but the third collection of short stories published by Saki. It was published in 1911. Many of the stories feature Clovis Sangrail, a disenchanted upper class youth with a mean streak who delights in tormenting this elders. The stories are presented as a book as a convenience to the reader interested in H.H. Munro's character Clovis Sangrail.

Introduction

Esme

The Match-Maker

Tobermory

Mrs. Packletide's Tiger

The Stampeding of Lady Bastable

The Background

Hermann the Irascible - A Story of the Great Weep

The Unrest-Cure

The Jesting of Arlington Stringham

Sredni Vashtar

Adrian

The Chaplet

The Quest

Wratislav

The Easter Egg

Filboid Studge, The Story of the Mouse that Helped

The Music on the Hill

The Story of St. Vespaluus

The Way to the Dairy

The Peace Offerring

The Peace of Mowsle Barton

The Talking-Out of Tarrington

The Hounds of Fate

The Recessional

A Matter of Sentiment

The Secret Six of Septimus Brope

"Ministers of Grace"

The Remoulding of Groby Lington

Acknowledgement

Return to the H.H. Munro (SAKI) library.