P.G. Wodehouse recommends: A Reading List for World Book Day

'The two twin souls gazed into each other’s eyes. There is no surer foundation for a beautiful friendship than a mutual taste in literature.' P.G. Wodehouse – ‘Strychnine In The Soup’ in Mulliner Nights To celebrate World Book Day, I’ve put together a little reading list of some of the books  featured in Wodehouse’s writing. …

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School Stories by P.G. Wodehouse

P.G. Wodehouse reading list: the school stories

'Sit down, Lorimer,' he said. There are many ways of inviting a person to seat himself. The genial 'take a pew' of one's equal inspires confidence. The raucous 'sit down in front' of the frenzied pit, when you stand up to get a better view of the stage, is not so pleasant. But worst of …

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What’s up with you today? Nothing — now that I’m reading Wodehouse.

'What's up with you today?' he asked. He could hardly have chosen a worse formula. The question has on most people precisely the same effect as that which the query, 'Do you know where you lost it?' has on one who is engaged in looking for mislaid property. 'Nothing,' said Reade. Probably at the same …

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