Wooster and Jeeves

I don’t know if you remember but sometime back, I had written that I was reading ‘The Code of the Woosters’, the first-ever P.G.Wodehouse’s novel that I was reading. In that book, the way every time Bertie heaves a sigh of relief thinking that all the problems are solved only to find yet another problem surface and how Jeeves is always there to bring him out of it all, was fun to read. I liked it so much that I have started reading more of Jeeves and Woosters now. 🙂 Read ‘The Inimitable Jeeves’ and ‘Ring for Jeeves’ after that. I have now started reading ‘Jeeves in the Offing’. With there being only 14 books on Wooster and Jeeves, I can’t wait to finish reading all the books! Only after that I am going to start reading other books of P.G.Wodehouse.

5 thoughts on “Wooster and Jeeves

  1. Walt

    I’ve been obsessing for a week over the soundtrack to the musical farce “By Jeeves,” the 1996 London Revival Cast, reputably the best version. The clever lyrics are by Alan Ayckbourn and the music is from Andrew Lloyd Webber.
    Hard to find but worth the hunt.

  2. Mahesh

    If you like Woodhouse, then you’d like John Mortimer’s Rumpole series. Light hearted lawyer books. Very smooth, very very English!!

    And if you get a chance, try and see the TV series Jeeves and Wooster, Stephen Fry as Jeeves does a fantasic job.

  3. Aparna

    Welcome to my blog! I haven’t heard that soundtrack.

    Welcome back! 🙂 Oh. I will surely check out John Mortimer’s Rumpole series.

  4. Benly

    I knew it ;). I was pretty sure that you would read all Jeeves books :). And a good news to you, Arrow books have come up with jeeves books now – and they are a definite collectors stuffs. I like them better than the penguin books. Read PSmith after jeeves and then blandings. 🙂


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