A young man seeks help from a stranger on a park bench. Does he deserve it?
Human interactions take place almost every day and sometimes they provide unique lessons. What would you do if an apparently down-on-his-luck stranger asked you for help?
Saki was the pen name of British author Hector Hugh Munro. Munro is renowned for his short stories with a twist and has been favorably compared with American author O. Henry.
Munro was 43 when he was killed by a sniper’s bullet in France during World War One.
His nom de plume, Saki was taken from a character in an ancient Persian book.