The Wodehouse short stories - Madam.
Very Good Jeeves by PG Wodehouse. It's impossible to read PG Wodehouse without finding something to laugh about on pretty much every page. This collection of stories has wit and warmth and always.
PG Wodehouse's language shimmers, much as his character Jeeves enters a room. It is just there, bright and intelligent. To be honest, what it says might not be terribly deep, but it says a great deal about how to say something. For those for whom English a second, third, or fourth language, learning tongue can be an aduous task. Once the basics have been learned, one could do worse than learn.
The most lavish P. G. Wodehouse collection ever published. In addition to Wodehouse's best known and beloved Jeeves and Bertie stories, The Most of P. G. Wodehouse features delightful stories about The Drones Club and its affable, vacuous members: Mr. Mulliner, whose considered judgment on any and all topics is drawn from the experiences of his innumerable relatives; Stanley Featherstonehaugh.
The Swoop!, or How Clarence Saved England is a short comic novel by P G Wodehouse, first published in the UK in 1909. Its subtitle is “A Tale of the Great Invasion.” This one may strain the sub-genre of alternate history to its breaking point, but I figure its probably worth it. As hero, Clarence Chugwater (all of 14 years old), assisted by.
In Defence of P. G. Wodehouse Essay. When the Germans made their rapid advance through Belgium in the early summer of 1940, they captured, among other things, Mr. P. G. Wodehouse, who had been living throughout the early part of the war in his villa at Le Touquet, and seems not to have realised until the last moment that he was in any danger. As he was led away into captivity, he is said to.
Favourite Novelists: PG Wodehouse and What He Taught Me G.K. Chesterton died yesterday. PG Wodehouse is now the greatest living master of the English language. --TH White. It's so hard to talk about Wodehouse, because he was a strictly comic writer. His books contain absolutely nothing intended to give offence or even to approach it. The list of subjects he avoided is probably longer than the.
The Clicking of Cuthbert Signed by P.G. Wodehouse Oxhey Golf Club First Edition Herbert Jenkins 1922. Presentation copy signed and inscribed to Oxhey Golf Club. Lightly foxed edges, unblemished throughout. Covers showing general signs of shelf wear. PRESENTION COPY INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY P.G. WODEHOUSE to Oxhey Golf Club, with the club's blind stamp on several pages. In original (golfing.