Tuesday, 13 September 2011

my man jeeves - pg wodehouse

More holiday reading.
I had never read any of P.G Wodehouse's books before, but thought it was about time l gave one of these (so called) classics a chance.
This was pretty entertaining, and although written in 1919, had lots of humour that was still (to me at least) funny.
I preferred the Bertie Wooster stories, rather than the Reggie Pepper ones, and l may even give the old TV series a go if it is repeated, as at the time it was on, l could not stand Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry bumbling around doing comedy for the upper classes (as l saw it then).
I am still in favour of a shake up of the class system, but good comedy is still good comedy.

toodle pip

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