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After Hours with P.G. Wodehouse

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A collection of writings about P.G. Wodehouse. What did Wodehouse really think about dogs, dictators, cats, curates, butlers, airguns, policemen, nannies and pigs. This book attempts to answer these questions.
Hardcover, 201 pages
Published April 1st 1991 by James H. Heineman (first published April 1990)
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Melinda
Nov 07, 2017 rated it liked it
This is not a book of Wodehouse's own writings. This is Richard Usborne talking about Wodehouse. It's not bad, but it's not stellar, either. It's interesting, but not engaging. Richard Usborne at this point is collecting his previous short pieces about Wodehouse, including entries from Usborne's private journal that mention Wodehouse. There are several articles in the book and none of them are bad. They're just not really awesome, either. I managed to get through it and did learn from it. I didn ...more
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