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Leave It to Psmith (Psmith, #4 ; Blandings Castle, #2) Leave It to Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse
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“We must always remember, however,' said Psmith gravely, 'that poets are also God's creatures.”
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“Liz," said Mr. Cootes, lost in admiration, "when it comes to doping out a scheme, you're the snake's eyebrows!”
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“Wait a minute while I think," said Miss Peavey.
There was a pause. Miss Peavey sat with knit brows.
"How would it be..." ventured Mr. Cootes.
"Cheese it!" said Miss Peavey.
Mr. Cootes cheesed it.”
P.G. Wodehouse, Leave It to Psmith
“Love, Miss Halliday, is a delicate plant. It needs tending, nurturing, assiduous fostering. This cannot be done by throwing the breakfast bacon at a husband's head.”
P.G. Wodehouse, Leave It to Psmith
“But, Ed! Say! Are you going to let him get away with it?"
"Am I going to let him get away with it!" said Mr. Cootes, annoyed by the foolish question. "Wake me up in the night and ask me!"
"But what are you going to do?"
"Do!" said Mr. Cootes. "Do! I'll tell you what I'm going to..." He paused, and the stern resolve that shone in his face seemed to flicker. "Say, what the hell am I going do?" he went on somewhat weakly.”
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“A depressing musty scent pervaded the place, as if a cheese had recently died there in painful circumstances.”
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