Tag Archives: P. G. Wodehouse

QOTD: These Literary Conversations

“Oh, Bertie. Do you read Rosie M. Banks’s novels?” she asked. I was a bit surprised at her changing the subject like this, but equally relieved. A talk about current literature, I felt, might ease the strain. These booky chats … Continue reading

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QOTD: One of Those Bracers

“…get me one of those bracers of yours, will you?” “I have one in readiness, sir, in the ice-box.” He shimmered out, and I sat up in bed with that rather unpleasant feeling you get sometimes that you’re going to … Continue reading

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Wodehouse, by Robert McCrum

Wodehouse: A Life, by Robert McCrum W. W. Norton & Co., 1994. 530 pages. I grew up watching episodes of Jeeves & Wooster on VHS; they were a birthday present from my mum to my dad, but by far I … Continue reading

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