Wodehouse, the fictionist

by Maha Nand Sharma

Publisher: Humanities Press in Atlantic Highlands, N. J

Written in English
Published: Pages: 224 Downloads: 417
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  • Wodehouse, P. G. -- 1881-1975 -- Criticism and interpretation.

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StatementMaha Nand Sharma.
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 224 p. :
Number of Pages224
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Open LibraryOL13574226M

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A revised and updated version of a book first published inas Wodehouse at Work, this is not an exercise in academic literary criticism, so much as an evaluation, with copious quotations, of Wodehouse's major characters.

As such, it's by far the best non-technical overview of Wodehouse's works (but see below). Sir P(elham) G(renville) Wodehouse () Wodehouse English comic novelist, short story writer, lyricist and playwright, best known as the creator of Jeeves, the perfect "gentleman's gentleman," Bertie Wooster of the Drones Club, a young bachelor aristocrat, and the absentminded Lord Emsworth of the Blandings Castle.

Wodehouse wrote nearly novels, about 30 plays and 20 screenplays. His first book, THE POTHUNTERS, a short story collection, was published The last, AUNT'S AREN'T GENTLEMEN, appeared Wodehouse also wrote his memoirs, PERFORMING FLEA () and. essay on “P.G. Wodehouse” in Eight Humorists, published inis of lesser Mikes is analytical in a very political and class-conscious way.

Wodehouse that suffers from a curiously pretentious objection to, well, Mikes's the fictionist book pretentiousness of Wodehouse. Suffice it to say that Wodehouse is read and remembered.

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He is denied the absolution available in the former for one crucial - one almost said fatal - reason: he appropriates territory not his own, and if that weren’t crime enough, goes on to pretend that there has been no squatting. Inspired by true events: It was cold, dark and gloomy. He was standing still at a crosswalk as if somebody sculpted him out of stone and left forever.

His wretched white beard and devastated grimace along with the aggressively patched dress explai. This Section includes English language major studies and biographies of Wodehouse and his works—bibliographies, full-length studies, books and dissertations. The database includes listings of those types of works and indicates which of those items have been donated thus far.

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In a letter, Brian Johnston, the writer and broadcaster (who was at Eton fromknew Nico very well, and recalls having supper with MRJ and MRJ reading P.G. Wodehouse aloud), told me: "I'm almost sure that the Wall (of the Wall Game) was damaged on the road side by a car accident".

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Harburg, along the way. Wodehouse's Bertie Wooster and earlier characters created by Wodehouse, but he notes how totally his humor and sense of place related to art are attached to British life and locations, a fact which explains the absurdities of his details of New York life in Psmith, Journalist, a brief novel which virtually guaranteed that Wodehouse would have to trans.

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Wodehouse. Read by Mark Nelson Bertram Wooster is an English gentleman living in New York, who seems to get himself into all sorts of jams. It's up to his manservant Jeeves to come up with the plan to save the day from unpleasant houseguests, stingy uncles, broken hearts, and hard-partying aunts.

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Roberta Alcott is named in part for Roberta Wickham in Wodehouse’s Jeeves stories, and partly for Bob/ Bobby, in a time when all are familiar with the Harry Potter books. Enslaving muggles, Lord Voldemort attempts to implement his New Order. The Fictionist (14) Help. Short story writers write short pieces of prose fiction that generally focus on a single theme, simple plots and few characters.

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This book, which was a late We know from his immense correspondence that P.G. Wodehouse was at once omnivorous and discriminating in his reading (garbage in; synthesis out – a good maxim for any young reader-for-pleasure setting out on life’s road).

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Wodehouse is (old Edgar aside) my chief literary idol, and it pleases me that he gained a victory that was not only moral, but witty. In the s, Wodehouse and Milne were friends, although it was an association based largely on mutual admiration for each other’s talents than any real personal warmth.

The two men were incompatible. In Roughead’s words, if her statement was false, “we have lost a fictionist more marvellous than Defoe; one so adroit as to foresee and account for facts and circumstances which it is humanely impossible she could have known she would be called upon to meet.” Her belated efforts to clear her name proved largely for naught, however.

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It's a slowburn novel. Constant promises of more-to-come promises never reneged on. The book was made into a movie in the early 80s starring Fred Astaire, Melvyn Douglas, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and John Houseman as the old guys.The best place to write a book is in jail, where Cervantes wrote Don Quixote; but we can’t find time to commit a greater misdemeanor than this column, and there is no jail sentence for that.

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