P. G. Wodehouse
This blog is dedicated to the maxims of P. G. (Plum) Wodehouse.
Lord Emsworth was so acutely spectacle-less; Rupert Baxter, his secretary, so pronouncedly spectacled. It was his spectacles that struck you first as you saw the man. They gleamed efficiently at you.
Leave It To Psmith
Post a Comment
Post Comments (Atom)