P.G. Wodehouse in his Own Words
ISBN 9781468305753 | 300 pages | 07 Aug 2012 | Overlook | 18 - AND UP
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An unorthodox biography of "the greatest comic writer ever" (Douglas Adams) and a window into the mind of a brilliant humorist.
From the publisher of the acclaimed collector's Wodehouse editions, P.G. Wodehouse In His Own Words is a sparkling collection of excerpts from the master's own writings that reveals a wonderfully entertaining gloss on Wodehouse's own life story. Quotations from a literary career spanning more than seventy years are arranged in chapters that move from childhood, to school years, to the various preoccupations of the grown man. a linking narrative, skillfully supplied by Wodehouse aficionado Barry Day, and former President of the International Wodehouse society Tony Ring brilliantly ties all the material together.
Full of the scintillating wordplay and comedy that characterize Wodehouse's novels, stories, letters, and nonfiction, this handsome volume is the perfect addition to anyone's library.
"Perfect comfort book, at once soothing, funny and touching . . . Wodehouse in his Own Words will send you scurrying out for Plum's novels and short story collections." — Washington Post Book World
"Delectable compendium of quotes from Bertie Wooster's creator." — Village Voice
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