The Golf Omnibus

February 24, 2020 - Comment

The Oldest Member’s reverence for golf does not cramp his style in telling some of the funniest, tallest and most joyful stories in the whole Wodehouse canon. In this splendid omnibus, introduced by Wodehouse himself, love and the links are inextricably intertwined, in this bumper collection of hilarious short stories that show the course of

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The Oldest Member’s reverence for golf does not cramp his style in telling some of the funniest, tallest and most joyful stories in the whole Wodehouse canon. In this splendid omnibus, introduced by Wodehouse himself, love and the links are inextricably intertwined, in this bumper collection of hilarious short stories that show the course of true love is racing down the middle of the fairway.

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Anonymous says:

Sublime I hate the word genius, which I consider over-used to a ridiculous degree, but how else can one describe the almighty Plum? Indeed, genius us almost too small a word. His mastery of English, his turn of phrase, are simply sublime. There has never been, nor will ever be, another like him. I don’t want to hear talk of repetitiveness, or lack of depth, or maunderings about lack of realism; the bottom line is that the guy was hilarious and, to paraphrase another reviewer, ‘filled with a splendid,…

Anonymous says:

The Genius of Wodehouse If it were possible to give six stars I would. A simply brilliant, funny and clever collection of short stories from that master of the turn or phrase, PG Wodehouse. I’m not going to try and say much about Wodehouse because far more erudite people than I have spoken and written at length about his witty genius. We all know he is one of the greats and possibly greatest humorous writer in the English language.Nope, what I’m going to say may sound heretic but as far as I’m concerned…

Anonymous says:

P.G.Wodehouse I have always enjoyed P.G.Wodehouse for his ability to portray the English in such flowery prose. And as I have always liked Golf as a game, played usually in beautiful countryside, his combination of the two makes it a must for me. Plus the witty way that he was always able to make his foppish heroes so likeable, can always bring a chuckle even after having read them before. Wonderful light and funny reading, ideal for a sunny day, or any day really!

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