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Right Ho, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse
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Mar 25, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2012
Read from May 08 to 19, 2012

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message 1: by Daniel Jon (new)

Daniel Jon Kershaw I've been meaning to read Wodehouse for a while. How are you finding it?


Martin Lindsay They're quite enjoyable, very light and very much of their own little quaint "English" world. Some great descriptions and turns of phrase, characters with pedantic obsessions, etc. Worth a read, may take a few stories to get the vibe.

I read a whole heap years ago and listened to some cast productions, but lost track of which was which. Going by Christopher Hitchens' suggested Wodehouse list from an article in "Arguably". Douglas Adams cited Wodehouse as a big influence also, which can be see by a lot of his character interactions and their foibles.


message 3: by Daniel Jon (new)

Daniel Jon Kershaw I just got one for my kindle (for my little trip Eastwards next week).


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