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Definitions of saki in various dictionaries:
noun - British writer of short stories (1870-1916)
noun - Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice
noun - small arboreal monkey of tropical South America with long hair and bushy nonprehensile tail
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|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|H.H. Munro published his stories under this potent potable name|
|This famous pen name of Hector Hugh Munro sounds like a beverage served with sushi|
|Short story writer Hector Hugh Munro took this pseudonym from Omar Khayyam's "Rubaiyat"|
|There's a ghost story within a story in "The Open Window" by H.H. Munro, better known by this single pen name|
|"Sredni Vashtar" is a macabre story by Hector Hugh Munro, who wrote under this pseudonym|
|Hector Hugh Munro (18 December 1870 14 November 1916), better known by the pen name Saki, and also frequently as H. H. Munro, was a British writer whose witty, mischievous and sometimes macabre stories satirize Edwardian society and culture. He is considered a master of the short story, and often compared to O Henry and Dorothy Parker. Influenced by Oscar Wilde, Lewis Carroll and Rudyard Kipling, he himself influenced A. A. Milne, Noël Coward and P. G. Wodehouse.Besides his short stories (which were first published in newspapers, as was customary at the time, and then collected into several volumes), he wrote a full-length play, The Watched Pot, in collaboration with Charles Maude; two one-act plays; a historical study, The Rise of the Russian Empire, the only book published under his own name; a short novel, The Unbearable Bassington; the episodic The Westminster Alice (a parliamentary parody of Alice in Wonderland); and When William Came, subtitled A Story of London Under the Hohenz|