Right Ho, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse

I can confidently state that Bertie Wooster is the most beloved unreliable narrator in English literature.  I am unanimous in that.  Bertie narrated novels and short stories from his first appearance in 1917 to his final bow in 1974.  He never did figure out what was really going on.  It was always up to Jeeves to save the day. But Bertie charms none-the-less.  Take his … Continue reading Right Ho, Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse

Stories by Grace Paley, P.G. Wodehouse, Ray Bradbury, Carol Shields, Eudora Welty, F.X. Toole

Back on my old blog, Ready When You Are, C.B. I used to run regular reviews of short stories.  I still do here are James Reads Books though not quite as often.  Since starting over here on WordPress I’ve been migrating my old reviews to this new site.  Below is a smorgasbord of short story reviews from back in 2008.   Grace Paley:  It turns … Continue reading Stories by Grace Paley, P.G. Wodehouse, Ray Bradbury, Carol Shields, Eudora Welty, F.X. Toole