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Plum Sauce: A P.G. Wodehouse Companion

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In "Plum Sauce," Richard Usborne-long regarded as the world's leading authority on P. G. Wodehouse-brings together the best of his much admired commentary on the great man's words to form the perfect companion to the nearly one hundred novels of "the most consistently funny writer the English language has yet produced" ("The Times").
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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published November 10th 2003 by Overlook Books (first published November 7th 2002)
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James
May 24, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Fans of P.G.Wodehouse
This is a great overview of most all of Mr. Wodehouse works. A great reference edition.
Peter Krol
Nov 15, 2007 rated it really liked it
This book rocked.

I simply love Wodehouse, and this was a perfect coffee table book on his writings. If you don't like Wodehouse, or if you've never read him, then you wouldn't enjoy this.

Erin gave this book to me for our first anniversary in 2005, and I've been slowly reading it since then. It sat on our coffee table, and I'd pick it up when I had 5 minutes here or there.

The best parts were the sections where Usborne lists numerous quotes on various topics from Wodehouse's novels. My favorite
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Paul Doody
Jun 30, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Excellent guide to the life and works of the great P.G. Wodehouse. An account of all the books, all the characters, and the background to the glorious world of Jeeves, Wooster, Lord Emsworth and all the other wonderful creations of this great man.
Christopher Ligatti
Jan 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Essential reference book for any Wodehouse fan
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If you love Wodehouse you will want to read this companion. It is just as hilarious as his novels while giving you insight into the man and his work.
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