Psmith in the City

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The next LibriVox recording I'm listening to on the way to work. I'm a mild fan of listening to Jeeves & Wooster novels, so I thought I'd give another Wodehouse book a try. I'm not sure how I'll like this one yet. Often with Wodehouse, the performance of the reader is really what makes or breaks it.


Bill (surname unknown) was not one of your ultra-scientific fighters. He did not favour the American crouch and the artistic feint. He had a style wholly his own. It seemed to have been modelled partly on a tortoise and partly on a windmill. His head he appeared to be trying to conceal between his shoulders, and he whirled his arms alternately in circular sweeps. (Ch 16)


  • Psmith = Jeeves + Wooster
  • Mike Smith

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