Wednesday, November 28, 2007

He is everywhere

" At that moment, however, the drowsy stillness of the summer afternoon was shattered by what sounded to his strained senses like G.K. Chesterton falling on a sheet of tin. "

Mr. Mulliner Speaking by P.G. Wodehouse

7 comments:

Lewis the Editor said...

Ha, ha! That's hilarious! I love P. G. Wodehouse. He has now risen even higher in my esteem by mentioning Chesterton.

Mapaz said...

Hahaha ! I love Wodehouse! I've read somewhere that, when Chesterton died, a literature professor said that Wodehouse had become the best english writer alive, now that Chesterton had passed away.

Algernon said...

This is fabuluos! I didn't realize so meny people were P.G Wodehousians. What did y'all think of Thank You Jeeves? In comparison to the other Jeeves books I mean.

Algernon said...

On looking my post over, I find that the spelling is not worth the powder and shot it would take to blow it up, so to speak. Please read with a forgiving eye.;-)

fpcannon said...

Would you reccomend reading P.G. Wodehouse? If so, what book to start with? Thanks.

Algernon said...

Deffinatly start with Thank You Jeeves.
Enjoy!
Algy

Juan Pablo said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWnB0hQWGdI
Look at Hugh Laurie!