“Silot, a Valet” by Félix Fénéon
My selection for today is a very shot story, twenty words, but rather amusing. It’s about a valet and what he leaves, and takes, from his master’s county home. It’s a cute story. Take a second and read it at Fifty-Two Stories. Obviously, in that short a space, you don’t get to know the character too well, but I originally found it a couple weeks ago and remembered it when I was wondering what to post on today. It sticks with you.
Although I read it on-line, the story is included in Fénéon’s Novels in Three Lines.
John hosts Short Story Monday at The Book Mine Set. Head over there to see what he and others have been reading.
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