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10 thoughts on “Much Obliged, Jeeves

  1. says:

    Aw, this makes me sad Much Obliged, Jeeves is one of Wodehouse s last books in the Jeeves Wooster series, just when it s starting to show some life after so many books by rote.The usual plot and characters are all in order Finicky friends and daffy family members all seemingly conspire to thrust Bertie Wooster neck deep into the soup, then jam him between a rock and a hard place Hovering about the periphery is the all knowing,


  2. says:

    I was going through the Jeeves Wooster list on my GR bookshelf and found that I had missed out adding this book I think this is the last in the series, where Bertie is finally rid of the danger of getting married to either the intellectual Florence Craye or the maudlin Madeline hey, that rhymes.But the crux of this story is an election in Market Snodsbury, and how the journal detailing the exploits of various gentlemen recorded faithfully b


  3. says:

    P.G Wodehouse was ninety years old when Much Obliged, Jeeves was published in 1971 and it is the penultimate Jeeves and Wooster novel This was the first time I had read this particular Wodehouse book One chapter in and it was like being with old friends Just sublime You probably don t need me to tell you that P.G Wodehouse is the funniest writer of the past century Wodehouse defies superlatives He is, quite simply, the best comedic writer to ever


  4. says:

    Good lord, Jeeves has a first name No, don t just skip right by that sentence Really take a minute JEEVES HAS A FIRST NAME It never even occurred to me that he might It doesn t seem like the sort of possession Jeeves would own I feel as if I d caught him cuddling a Beanie Baby or something Honestly, this would have been worth reading just to discover this little bit of trivia, but even without that it s a fine Wodehousian romp not my favorite of the W...


  5. says:

    Either you like Bertie Wooster and Jeeves or you don t There isn t much in between This is not the first of these books I have read but the first Wodehouse that I have reviewed.The gifted Bernard Cornwell many of whose books I have reviewed was recently quoted as saying that Wodehouse wrote the most English novels ever written I would add that he did so while skewering many of the class lines, traditions and manners that we find so familiar.It can be argued tha


  6. says:

    The book read like a montage to Bertie and Jeeves with a handful of references to the best parts of their previous adventures And yet, it has you in splits like any good thing in ration.Bertie wakes up on top of the world, with a rainbow between his shoulders And we know thunderstorm is imminent Bertie s pal Ginger is contesting elections Bertie s safely engaged lady t...


  7. says:

    Surely below par for something in the Jeeves series May be because the master wrote this in his nineties, he couldn t match his own towering standards There is always a certain level of repetition in Wodehouse s plots, but in this one it was unusually high Wodehouse s usual bubbling vigour was less pronounced, the comic possibilities were under explored, there was an over reliance on Bertie s stammering and word groping, and even some of his trademark daft turns of phrase se


  8. says:

    Much Obliged, Jeeves first published in 1971 in the UK and in the same year in the USA by alternative title Jeeves and the Tie That Binds is second to last in the Jeeves Wooster series.The two editions have slightly different endings In the USA edition after Jeeves informs that he has destroyed the 18 pages from the Junior Ganymede Club Book that he has written about Bertie, Jeeves express hope that he will stay in Bertie s service permanently As my copy was UK editio


  9. says:

    Dear Mr Wodehouse Thank you for the delightful visit to a time when the sun never set on the British empire and a wealthy idiot could spend his days at his aunt s estate in the English countryside and only worry about avoiding becoming engaged It was lovely spending a few hou...


  10. says:

    I just had to squeeze in a Wodehouse for Christmas, and how wonderful it was I can t believe I almost finished the Jeeves and Wooster series woe and woe upon woe when the fatal moment inevitably arrives, I ll be seeking solace in the Blandings Castle series.


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