“Most fellows, no doubt, are all for having their valets confine their activities to creasing trousers and what not without trying to run the home; but it’s different with Jeeves. Right from the first day he came to me, I have looked on him as a sort of guide, philosopher, and friend.”

P. G. Wodehouse, “Jeeves Exerts the Old Cerebellum.” 

I am teaching this story RIGHT NOW (well, I’m on break but you know…)


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I beg the reader’s indulgence, but the combination of The Magnetic Fields, J&W and “bromance”, as the modern vernacular dubs it, was too tempting to pass up.

Very good, sir. 

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