Carry on, Jeeves
This is a Jeeves and Wooster collection. These marvellous stories introduce us to Jeeves, whose first ever duty is to cure Bertie's raging hangover ('If you would drink this, sir...it is a little preparation of my own invention. It is the Worcester Sauce that gives it its colour. The raw egg... show more
This is a Jeeves and Wooster collection. These marvellous stories introduce us to Jeeves, whose first ever duty is to cure Bertie's raging hangover ('If you would drink this, sir...it is a little preparation of my own invention. It is the Worcester Sauce that gives it its colour. The raw egg makes it nutritious. The red pepper gives it its bite. Gentlemen have told me they have found it extremely invigorating after a late evening.') And from that moment, one of the funniest, sharpest and most touching partnerships in English literature never looks back...
Publish date: May 1st 2008
Pages no: 273
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, 20th Century
, Short Stories
Series: Jeeves 3 (#3)
Can someone recommend me a book with a character similar to Bertie? Because I love this guy. I really do. He may not be the brightest, he may be a headache for his aunts but he is such a nice guy, always willing to help his "dear old chums".This is a collection of short stories, where pretty much al...
An admission: I just don't find Wodehouse very funny. I liked Leave it to Psmith mostly because of Psmith, who is a twenties version of Dirk Gently. Carry On, Jeeves, a book of short stories about Wodehouse's most famous double act, Jeeves and Wooster, does not feature Psmith, and while it was a p...
I finally gave Wodehouse a try. See my reaction in my full review: http://youtu.be/CcH1CqDltjQ
Carry on, Jeeves (Jeeves #3) by P.G. Wodehouse My rating: 5 of 5 stars I read this one in a couple of days. It's a collection of 10 stories. The first one has how Jeeves joined Wooster's service, which is very interesting. Most of the other stories take place in New York. The last one is really ...
How many times I read, heard and seen about Jeeves since I moved to the UK?Quite a lot. And yet I had never tried to have a formal introduction to the fellow, so far.Now, the problem was that I didn't know where to start with Jeeves.There is simply too much that P.G Wodehouse wrote about this guy an...
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