The Kite and Other Stories #2020

The Kite and Other Stories By W. Somerset Maugham The Kite and Other Stories This is a collection of some of Somerset Maugham s finest stories The longest The Kite is the subtle story of a young man s obsessive attachment to kite flying The others include a spy story set in
  • Title: The Kite and Other Stories
  • Author: W. Somerset Maugham
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Kite and Other Stories By W. Somerset Maugham This is a collection of some of Somerset Maugham s finest stories The longest, The Kite , is the subtle story of a young man s obsessive attachment to kite flying The others include a spy story set in Switzerland, a ghost story set in Spain, a character sketch of an Italian fisherman, and a story of a man who on the day he was to be married ran away from the girl who haThis is a collection of some of Somerset Maugham s finest stories The longest, The Kite , is the subtle story of a young man s obsessive attachment to kite flying The others include a spy story set in Switzerland, a ghost story set in Spain, a character sketch of an Italian fisherman, and a story of a man who on the day he was to be married ran away from the girl who had come six thousand miles to marry him.The Stories Home A man from Glasgow The man with the scar The Traitor The Verger A friend in need The Kite Salvatore Mabel A Marriage of convenience
    The Kite and Other Stories By W. Somerset Maugham
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    About "W. Somerset Maugham"

    1. W. Somerset Maugham

      William Somerset Maugham was born in Paris in 1874 He spoke French even before he spoke a word of English, a fact to which some critics attribute the purity of his style His parents died early and, after an unhappy boyhood, which he recorded poignantly in Of Human Bondage, Maugham became a qualified physician But writing was his true vocation For ten years before his first success, he almost literally starved while pouring out novels and plays During World War I, Maugham worked for the British Secret Service He travelled all over the world, and made many visits to America After World War II, Maugham made his home in south of France and continued to move between England and Nice till his death in 1965.

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    1. a collection of short stories one of the most adorable variable short stories I ve read since I was 14, and since then I m keep on reading and reading.



    2. You know, Betty isn t a bad girl I ve seen her several times, there s nothing wrong with her except her insane jealousy of Herbert s kite And that s it ladies and gentlemen, that s the story It was hilarious, where the hell did Maugham get all these stories from Did he make this one up I doubt He overheard it in a bar, someone told him, you can t make this shit up.Also, the cold dank of a British mother in law So aptly described Take win, man.




    3. I studied this book at school, I remember that I was in love with most of the book stories the lunatics guy story the story itself which the book holds it s name They were seemed to be irrational dull actually but I remember that they were having something deep interesting in common may be the focus on the human slips



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