Not Just Another Grouchy Grammarian

Musings about language, books, grammar, and writing in general

Review: The Man with Two Left Feet and Other Stories, by P.G. Wodehouse

The Man with Two Left Feet and Other Stories is, apparently, the prequel to the body of Jeeves’ stories Wodehouse wrote. While some stories in it are not about Jeeves, it is an excellent introduction to the style of writing Wodehouse employs.

The stories are witty, and some of the characters have the kinds of personalities that would have them shunned even in a loose crowd like science fiction fandom.

Still, this was an enjoyable (if too short) read, and I recommend it to anyone who could use a break from heavier reading, or who has had a stressful day.

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