He uses complex sentences with very big words.
Saki’s main writing style uses irony, imagery, and diction, where Saki finds flaws in the human behavior and characteristics like greediness, selfishness, and the way humans take things for granted and never takes care of what they have. For instance when soldiers are fighting in war, that’s when one actually appreciates one’s life before everything happened. “We always want what we can’t have” can be used to describe humans and their need for everything. His short stories describe his evaluation of the human mind and behavior. After reading his short stories, it will leave the reader’s thinking of how one acts.