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P.G. Wodehouse

carryonjeevesIf You Like P.G. Wodehouse…
Try These Authors

If you are a fan of British humorist P.G. Wodehouse, you may appreciate the work of some the other authors on this list. Wodehouse wrote numerous novels and shorter works, but is probably best known as the creator of Bertie Wooster and his faithful manservant Jeeves. Wodehouse’s works were satirical, yet gentle, pokes at the established societal order in Great Britain. His light, frothy plots — farcical in nature — are always meticulously worked out, and the witty bon mots of his characters belies a savvy intelligence, in particular on the part of Jeeves. While “class differences” may be a popular subject for fiction writers, there are few who handle the topic with the refreshing mixture of humor and absurdity that Wodehouse applied to the topic. The authors here are some who come close.

The author names are hotlinked to their holdings in our catalog, so that you may check on the availability of their titles in print or audio formats. Items not hotlinked in this list are not currently owned by the Lincoln City Libraries, but you might wish to consider ordering them through our Inter-Library Loan service.

John Kendrick Bangs

  • “Houseboat” and ghost stories

H(erbert) E(arnest) Bates

E.F. Benson

Noel Coward

Helen Cresswell

E.M. Delafield

Stella Gibbons

George and Weedon Grossmith

  • The Diary of a Nobody

Donald Jack

Jerome K. Jerome

Robert Smith Surtees

  • [any titles]

Harry Leon Wilson

posted to BookGuide and last updated November 2006 sdc / last updated April 2008 sdc
This list is modified and updated from a list compiled by the members of the Fiction_L listserve — To see more, you can visit the Fiction_L archives

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