Leave It to Psmith
Publish date: April 12th 2005
Pages no: 328
Edition language: English
Series: Psmith (#4)
The Rainbow by D.H. Lawrence I loved Sons and Lovers, and who doesn’t love “The Rocking Horse Winner”? So I figured I would like this one too. The Rainbow follows several members of a family through different generations. They live on a farm in the East Midlands of England. There was something inc...
I don't know why I held out against reading Wodehouse for so long. I think I was under the vague opinion that, being eighty years old and based in upper-class values which have very little modern-day relevance, Leave It To Psmith would be not only dry as dust but also spectacularly unfunny. And, o...
This book is a great introduction to Wodehouse; if you don't know where to start with the short stories or the vast array of Jeeves novels, this book is an easy place to begin. The book has the effortless humor and fast pacing Wodehouse is known for, and the plot is a typical Wodehouse affair, with...
having recently read wodehouse on wodehouse, i think i understand why i didn't like this book so much as his later ones. wodehouse was still trying to understand how to manage his plots at this juncture, and didn't feel entirely confident in his grasp of all the characters he had and what they neede...
Leave it to Psmith is probably the best of the best as far as P.G. Wodehouse goes. If only he'd written more than four Psmith books.