The literary blog Interesting Literature (“A Library of Literary Interestingness”) has a top-ten list of Saki’s stories along with some short analysis and comments on their choices. The obvious ones are there (‘Gabriel-Ernest’, ‘Sredni Vashtar’, ‘Tobermory’, ‘The Music on the Hill’, ‘The Lumber-Room’) as well as some lesser known but worthy entries (‘Filboid Studge’! Yes!). I don’t completely agree with the choices made (‘The Jesting of Arlington Stringham’ has a good joke about rabbit curry but is otherwise only average Saki) but then again, isn’t the point of these lists that you can argue about them?
The 10 Best Saki Stories Everyone Should Read