Well, just a word about the omnibus where I found all the Saki stuff I’ve been talking about recently. It’s a Penguin edition and those are always good, but due to the sheer volume of the author’s text, this edition doesn’t feature the kind of extras Penguin Books usually feature, like lengthy introductions of notes on the texts. It’s almost 1,000 pages with just Saki’s material. And there’s a lot of super-super-good stuff here. I definitely recommend The Unbearable Bassington, The Chronicles of Clovis and The Watched Pot. Beyond that, I found the book to be mostly trivial. His first couple of books aren’t any good and the books published posthumously are just as bad. Track down the great Saki stuff elsewhere and don’t waste your time plowing through his entire bibliography. There’s really no point. Warned against. 1 star.
tl;dr – the complete bibliography of Saki just isn’t worth reading; grab the two or three really essential books on their own and skip the bulk of this trivia. 1 star.