Oh my WORD, this was funny I read this last year when I had to spend a few weeks in hospital and it was exactly the type of book I needed I m definitely ready to readof Jeeves.
For the past couple of years, the name P G Wodehouse kept popping up in interviews and articles about some of my favorite people most notably Hugh Laurie and Neil Gaiman, among others They praised him as THE master of British comedy Since I admittedly like my comedy British, I decided it was time to give Wodehouse a try The thing with Wodehouse is that he creeps up on you During the first few chapters, I thought, What s all the fuss about There is some admittedly clever language and the strange turn of phrase, but nothing laugh out loud hilarious In true Wooster fashion, I thought, Everyone who loves this man must have gone potty They re seriously off their onion What a rummy bit of business this is And then it happened a Odds Are Stacked Against Chuffy When He Falls Head Over Heels For American Heiress Pauline Stoker Who Better To Help Him Win Her Over But Jeeves, The Perfect Gentleman S Gentleman But When Bertie, Pauline S Ex Fiance Finds Himself Caught Up In The Fray, Much To His Consternation, Even Jeeves Struggles To Get Chuffy His Fairy Tale [P.
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Wodehouse] » Thank You, Jeeves [woodwork PDF] read Online ô Ending More tales of woe for Bertie Wooster, but this time he s on his own with no Jeeves to get him out of the soup Perhaps that s why I felt this volume though probably as good as the rest didn t quite resonate the way others have Wooster without Jeeves is like Laurel without Hardy, Abbot sans Costello The reason these books work is that they are a duo, they play off of one another Wooster needs Jeeves, and in a way, Jeeves needs Woosterat least for comedic purposes But the good thing about reading Wodehouse is that it s like watching a rerun of an old favorite tv show You can anticipate all the jokes, but you laugh anyway So although the usual winning formula goes a bit cockeyed in Thank You, Jeeves there s still enough Wodehouse isms to keep his fans happy.
À Thank You, Jeeves À For gentle humor you can t beat Jeeves and Wooster in this novel sized story P.
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C language Such great recall Jeeves, I recollect saying, on returning to the apartment, who was the fellow who on looking at something felt like somebody looking at something I learned the passage at school, but it has escaped me I fancy the individual you have in mind, sir, is the poet Keats, who compared his emotions on first reading Chapman s Homer to those of stout Cortez when with eagle eyes he stared at the Pacific A small enemyLittle Seabury, a child who should have been strangled at birth I have no positive proof, but I have always been convinced that it was he who put the lizard in my bed the last time I stayed at the Hall His new valet longs for the revolutionOutwardly he was all respectfulness, but inwardly you could see that he was a man who was musing on th 9 10 In one of the scaliest threats to his bachelor state, our old acquaintance Bertram Wooster is left without the moral support of his dependable gentleman s gentleman Jeeves It all starts with a misunderstanding about a banjolele On one side, Bertie is convinced that assiduous practice makes perfect when learning to play his newest toy On the other, his neighbours have given him an ultimatum either he or his bajolele must go from his posh London residence Jeeves joins the ranks of the malcontents and hands in his resignation.
Rather than give up his musical pursuits, Bertie Wooster stiffs the upper lip, releases Jeeves and chooses self exile to the countryside in Chuffnell Regis, the residential seat of his old school pal Chuffy , the fifth baron Chuffnell of Chuffnell Hall view spoiler and known only to his Sublime, splendid, superb in short, PG perfectionP.
G Wodehouse is the funniest writer of the past century Wodehouse defies superlatives He is, quite simply, the best comedic writer to ever put pen to paper I am a confirmed Wodehousian and revel in the man s comedic genius I have read numerous books by the great man and all, to one degree or another, are a delight I read Thank You, Jeeves for my book group and, once I had started, I realised this was the third time I d read it It was like meeting an old and valued friend It is one of my favourites sublime, splendid, superb in short, PG perfection.
I chuckled, I laughed and I even guffawed Upon finishing this wonderful book, I discovered that this is the first of the Jeeves and Woo



PG Wodehouse has been on my list of authors to read for ages, and my only complaint is that I waited so long to give him a try Before picking up Thank You, Jeeves, I had read several of the short stories that introduced the world to the indomitable literary pairing of Bertram Wooster and his faithful valet Jeeves From the first page of the earliest story, Extricating Old Gussie, I knew I had found a series that would give me endless hours of cozy, friendly entertainment in the months and years to come Some books are meant to prod you into deep reflections, or examine big problems, but this is certainly not one of those Thank You, Jeeves is like a homemade quilt and a cup of hot chocolate in the middle of winter, infinitely comfortable and comforting After appearing in multiple short stori Bertram Bertie Wooster is part of the English idle rich, don t you wish you were too Set during the bleak Great Depression of the 1930 s, these dark aspects are unseen by the clueless gentleman that strangely gives it charm Most of his friends are members of the notorious Drones Club in London and hardly notice the bad economic conditions either, such a bunch of nincompoops the world would be hard to find any He has a valet Jeeves, much smarter than his boss and for that matter his friends That comes in handy, as Jeeves is always getting them out of trouble, with small assistance from his employer The big mystery is why such an obvious genius remains, I know times are tough yet with the constant harassmen Jeeves and Wooster break up after Jeeves lays down an ultimatum and Bertie chooses his banjolele over his manservant Hilarity ensues.
The 2011 2012 re readAfter Jeeves and Wooster have a spat over a banjolele, Jeeves leaves Wooster for Lord Chuffnel, who is enad with Bertie s ex fiancee, Pauline Stoker Complicating matters are Stoker s dad, a millionaire who wants to buy Chuffnel s mansion, and Chuffy s, who is being pursued by Wooster s old nemesis, Sir Roderick Glossop When Bertie winds up engaged to Pauline instead of Chuffy, can even Jeeves set things right After so many books, I m almost at a loss at trying to convey the awesomeness of P.
G Wodehouse in words He moves the characters through the various scenes like a puppet master While this is the first Jeeves novel, it s by no means the genius butler s first outing I d forgotten how mu

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