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P. G. Wodehouse

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  • Maybe you should skip straight ahead to the P. G. Wodehouse.

    Your Brain Is Going to Fall Out of Your Head - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Thus he suggested beginning with Milton — “My own choice would tend to include the final scene of ‘Paradise Lost,’ ” he wrote, “with what is probably the most poignant moment in all our literature coming at lines 624-6” — before running through Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Eric Ambler and, finally, a poulticelike application of light comedies by P. G. Wodehouse and Peter De Vries.

    Your Brain Is Going to Fall Out of Your Head - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • * Interview with Gaiman about Anansi Boys, in which he says he really wanted to do "was try and emulate people like P. G. Wodehouse," which helps explain the book's charm.

    Tricky Little Stories

  • The books earned him some considerable praise—"Oliver Anderson is a real old-fashioned funny man... he writes in a gay style somewhere between Evelyn Waugh and P. G. Wodehouse" (Daily Telegraph); "Mr. Anderson's brand of humour and thrills takes a lot of beating" (Manchester Evening News)—but, Anderson claimed, he was "overcome by the spirit of the times".

    Oliver Anderson

  • Maybe you should skip straight ahead to the P. G. Wodehouse.

    Your Brain Is Going to Fall Out of Your Head - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • * Interview with Gaiman about Anansi Boys, in which he says he really wanted to do "was try and emulate people like P. G. Wodehouse," which helps explain the book's charm.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Thus he suggested beginning with Milton — “My own choice would tend to include the final scene of ‘Paradise Lost,’ ” he wrote, “with what is probably the most poignant moment in all our literature coming at lines 624-6” — before running through Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Eric Ambler and, finally, a poulticelike application of light comedies by P. G. Wodehouse and Peter De Vries.

    Your Brain Is Going to Fall Out of Your Head - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Based loosely on the P. G. Wodehouse short story "Jeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg," Jeeves Intervenes is classic comic theater.

    Jeeves Intervenes: A Play from First Folio

  • P. G. Wodehouse, Laughing Gas - been a long time since I read that, and Wodehouse is always worth bringing, of course.

    Ah well, a fairly useful task done

  • Something is always going wrong in the ten closely-related stories about the get-rich schemes of Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge in Ukridge by P. G. Wodehouse.

    Archive 2007-05-01

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