Great Wodehouse Romances: Lord Emsworth and the Girl Friend (by Ken Clevenger)

My heartfelt thanks to the inimitable Ken Clevenger for contributing a wonderful and very fitting first piece in this Valentine's series dedicated to the  Great Wodehouse Romances. * * * Lord Emsworth and the Girl Friend by Ken  Clevenger "Lord Emsworth and the Girl Friend” is the great Wodehousian romance, most worthy of a special …

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Wodehouse fans needed for Valentine series: The Great Wodehouse Romances

This Valentine's Day, it will be 39 years since the death of P.G. Wodehouse. To mark the occasion, I am hoping to post a series of pieces on love and romance in the world of P. G. Wodehouse. It's an ambitious task and I'm eager for other Wodehouse lovers to get involved. Specifically, I'm keen …

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Wodehouse’s women: in the eye of the beholder

Wodehouse offers so much more to female readers than he is usually given credit for. A few months ago, I responded to criticism of Indian Summer of an Uncle by Janet Cameron (see my case for the defence). I feel sad that Cameron's cursory appraisal of perceived gender issues has blinded her to the exquisite …

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