Leave it to Psmith

Leave it to Psmith

by P. G. Wodehouse (Herbert Jenkins, 1923)

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Wodehouse set his stories in the dreamy, self-satirising world of betwixt-wars upper-crust England; yet it is perhaps the hint of modernity — in this instance the irreverent Psmith, unrepentantly shrugging off mores — that brings mirth beyond even the situational comedy so drolly related.


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