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P. G. Wodehouse

Right Ho, Jeeves

Right Ho, Jeeves is the second novel to feature P. G. Wodehouse’s popular Bertie Wooster and Jeeves characters. Bertie, a member of the English upper class and one of the «idle rich» tries his best to arrange relationships between two pairs of his friends. Though he means well, Bertie’s bumbling attempts wind up doing more harm than good (as usual), leaving it to his valet, Jeeves, to see if he can sort things out.
A smooth, easy, and often hilarious read, Right Ho, Jeeves is an excellent example of why Bertie Wooster and Jeeves have become such iconic literary figures.
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    stoodyshared an impression2 years ago

    Every paragraph a pleasure.

    vminocha kshared an impression6 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Just the best

    trihawkjonshared an impression7 years ago

    One of PG's finest novels; complex and hilarious.


    Rukia Hollowhas quoted6 years ago
    What you want, my lad, and what you're going to get are two very different things.
    Rukia Hollowhas quoted6 years ago
    “I don't suppose he has spoken to a girl for years. What a lesson this is to us, Jeeves, not to shut ourselves up in country houses and stare into glass tanks. You can't be the dominant male if you do that sort of thing. In this life, you can choose between two courses. You can either shut yourself up in a country house and stare into tanks, or
    ksynonymhas quoted7 years ago
    “You have such a great heart, such a fine soul. You are so generous, so unselfish, so chivalrous. I have always felt that about you—that you are one of the few really chivalrous men I have ever met.”

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