[cape town Books] Ebook Weekend Wodehouse Author P.G. Wodehouse

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Tains generous extracts from the novels and non fiction writingsJust as in its original edition Week End Wodehouse is introduced by Hilaire Belloc and wittily decorated with illustrations by Kerr It definitely takes a while to get used to how this book is arranged not only are there short stories but also prefaces and introductions for books by other authors small snippets of stories and even some random sentences that were written by Wodehouse Therefore it is understandable that this compilation may be deemed confusing However it is a lovely collection because of its thoughtfully chosen works by Wodehouse that truly showcase the talent nay the comic genius of this writer Those who are already acuainted with Wodehouse s style will appreciate how this collection shows off Wodehouse s inherently humorous writing style so well because after all his style is why we ve always loved him Those who ve never read a work by him will appreciate this because it points them in the right direction in appreciating the brilliance that is P G Wodehouse

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Weekend Wodehouse

Week End Wodehouse reuired reading at country house parties in the late Thirties remains one of the best introductions to the work of a writer who in Hilaire Belloc's words 'nearly always approac Wodehouse is always a delight This one was too especially since I took up a Wodehouse after a long time I will recommend this to be the first Wodehouse anyone reads because otherwise some or most of the stories will be repetitive It is basically a compilation of few funnier stories from Wodehouse s other works A lot of golf here But all in all it did get few chuckles from me

P.G. Wodehouse ´ 6 Read & download

Hes and often reaches perfection'All the old favourites are here Drones Club stories Mr Mulliner stories stories of Jeeves Lord Emswort and Ukridge But this hugely entertaining selection also con The blackface and casual racism of the last story was a sour note to end on but overall this was a fun lighthearted read classic Wodehouse


10 thoughts on “Weekend Wodehouse

  1. says:

    This is a good sampler version of PG Wodehouse's work For me he's mind blowing brilliant but where does one sta

  2. says:

    Wodehouse is always a delight This one was too especially since I took up a Wodehouse after a long time I will recommend this to be the first Wodehouse anyone reads because otherwise some or most of the stories will be repetitive It is basically a compilation of few funnier stories from Wodehouse's other works A lot of gol

  3. says:

    I was once asked in an interview who my hero was and was – for a few moments – flummoxed I don’t really go in for heroes I gave it a thought though trying to dredge up the names of people I truly admire the people I

  4. says:

    My only gripe with this book was the large amount of golf talk Multiple pages at a time describing games of golf was basica

  5. says:

    powerhouse wodehouseeven a single isolated sentence from some of his works fills the reader with a sense of warmth and well being

  6. says:

    The blackface and casual racism of the last story was a sour note to end on but overall this was a fun lighthearted read classic Wodehouse

  7. says:

    Warning Don't read this without a dictionary handy This is a very funny book based around the English upper classes It's only downfall is that there were many short stories but a lot of them were about the same thing despite

  8. says:

    It definitely takes a while to get used to how this book is arranged not only are there short stories but also prefaces and introductions for books by other authors small snippets of stories and even some random sentences that were written by Wodehouse Therefore it is understandable that this compilation may be deemed confusing H

  9. says:

    Lovely droll dry English witgreat eccentric characterssome classic pieces from the Jeeves books as well as other storiesmy favorite being Goodby

  10. says:

    Originally put out in the early 1940's this is still the single best Wodehouse I've run into A variety of short s

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