Classic Humorous Stories: From the Great Storytellers of the World

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Various Authors

Narrated By: Cathy Dobson

Publisher: Red Door Audiobooks

Date: September 2013

Duration: 20 hours 18 minutes

Summary:

Over 20 hours of the best humorous stories ever written: "The Inconsiderate Waiter", by J. M. Barrie, "Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger", by Saki, "Curried Cow", by Ambrose Bierce, "Cannibalism in the Cars", by Mark Twain, "A Love Knot", by W. W. Jacobs, "A Bottomless Grave", by Ambrose Bierce, "Biffin on the Bassoon", by Harry Graham, "Esme", by Saki, "Germans at Meat", by Katherine Mansfield, "Adrian", by Saki, "Her Uncle", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Hounds of Fate", by Saki, "The Baron", by Katherine Mansfield, "Laura", by Saki, "The Changeling", by W. W. Jacobs, "Oil of Dog", by Ambrose Bierce, "The Chaplet", by Saki, "The One-Million-Pound Bank Note", by Mark Twain, "The Boar Pig" by Saki, "A Circular Tour", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Unrest Cure", by Saki, "The Yarkand Manner", by Saki, "The Sister of the Baroness", by Katherine Mansfield, "The Quest", by Saki, "In the Family", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Venturers", by O. Henry, "The Stampeding of Lady Bastable", by Saki, "Smoked Skipper", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Brogue" by Saki, "The McWilliamses and the Burglar Alarm", by Mark Twain, "The Mouse", by Saki, "The Widower Turmore", by Ambrose Bierce, "The Elk", by Saki, "The Scharz-Metterklume Method", by Saki, "A Distant Relative", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Talking Horse", by Thomas Anstey Guthrie, "The Blind Spot", by Saki, "The Stolen White Elephant", by Mark Twain, "Tobermory", by Saki, "His Lordship", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Background", by Saki, "The Dreamer", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Open Window", by Saki, "The Unknown Quantity", by O. Henry, "The She Wolf", by Saki, "Alf’s Dream", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Unparalleled Adventures of One Hans Pfaal", by Edgar Allan Poe, "The Stalled Ox", by Saki, "The Storyteller", by Saki, "The Test", by W. W. Jacobs, "The Seventh Pullet", by Saki, "The Gift of the Magi", by O. Henry, "The Thousand and Second Tale of Sheherazade", by Edgar Allan Poe, "The Hen", by Saki, "Mixed Relations", by W. W. Jacobs

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