Book Reviews of Women in Wodehouse: Stories

Women in Wodehouse: Stories
Women in Wodehouse Stories
Author: P. G Wodehouse
ISBN-13: 9781566198059
ISBN-10: 1566198054
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 324
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.

5 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Books
Book Type: Unknown Binding
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Blurb on book jacket says: The cast of characters that appears on the mind's stage when P.G. Wodehouse is thought of is almost exclusively male: Bertie and Jeebves, Lord Emsworth, Uncle Fred. But when you come down to it,what motivates these worthies (and worthless)? It almost always has something to do with a woman - usually saner (but not always) than their men. These stories provide useful instruction on how to avoid dealing with fiery dragons, the consequences of multiple, concurrent engagements and much more.

I say: Got to admit it I'm a Wodehouse groupie. If I could I'd give all his books 6 stars. This one draws together short stories and chapters dealing with some of the funniest women you'll ever meet. If you've never read Wodehouse this book is a good start. If you have - you've got to have this one.