P. G. Wodehouse | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Dorothy Parker

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of P. G. Wodehouse.
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Critical Essay by Dorothy Parker

Well, Wodehouse and Bolton and Ken have done it again. Every time these three are gathered together, the Princess Theatre is sold out for months in advance. This thing of writing successes is just getting to be a perfect bore with them. They get up in the morning, look out of the window, and remark wearily, stifling a yawn, "Oh, Lord—nothing to do outdoors on a day like this. I suppose we might as well put over another 'Oh, Boy!'"

From all present indications, "Oh, Lady! Lady!!"—they do love to work off their superfluous punctuation on their titles—is going to run for the duration of the war, anyway….

If you ask me, I will look you fearlessly in the eye and tell you, in low...

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