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P.G Wodehouse endearingly called Plum by his family and friends is known for his so-called quintessential British humor. He wrote novels, plays, and short stories delighting readers with stories that were reminiscent of his crème de la crème upbringing, schooling, and society. And to top it all, his works are timeless! He wrote some of the most elegant prose in British literature and this is obvious in all of the Jeeves and Blandings Castle books. His chara...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
  There is never a dull moment in a P.G.Wodehouse book. As the author had himself said, “I believe there are two ways of writing novels. One is making a sort of musical comedy without music and ignoring real life altogether; the other is going deep down into life and not caring a damn...” Clearly, Wodehouse wrote with a clear emphasis on the former: A sort of a musical comedy with its dream bubblegum world of dukes, bachelors, romantic women, aunts, b...
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