P. G. Wodehouse

The Politeness of Princes and Other School Stories

A collection of early stories (1905–1910) by P.G. Wodehouse. Set in an English public school, there's the usual ragging, fagging, scrapping, cricket, school teas and all that rot which used to be so popular in school stories, glorifying the boy who stood up for himself and his friends. As usual, Wodehouse's language is the best bit of this book.
84 printed pages
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  • b7565690717shared an impression4 years ago
    👍Worth reading


  • Crystal Alexanderhas quoted5 years ago
    Dunstable imitated that eminent tactician, Br'er Rabbit. He "lay low and said nuffin."
  • Crystal Alexanderhas quoted5 years ago
    Oh, all right!" said Spencer awkwardly.
    Eight bars rest.
    "I say," said Thomas

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