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P. G. Wodehouse’s The Clicking of Cuthbert - Eighth Printing


Title: The Clicking of Cuthbert
Author: P. G. Wodehouse
Publisher: Herbert Jenkins
Publication Date: Undated, Eighth Printing
Format: Hardback
Condition: This book is in a good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear. Loose endpaper, age spots otherwise clean pages.

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Reader's note

Who but P.G. Wodehouse could have extracted high comedy from the most noble and ancient game of golf? And who else could have combined this comedy with a real appreciation of the game, drawn from personal experience? Wodehouse's brilliant but human brand of humour is perfectly suited to these stories of love, rivalry, revenge, and fulfilment on the links. While the Oldest Member sits inside the clubhouse quoting Marcus Aurelius on patience and wisdom, outside on the green the strongest human passions burn. All human life is here, from Sandy McHoots, the cocky professional, to shy Ramsden Waters, whose only consolation is golf. Even golf-haters will not be able to resists stories which perfectly combine physical farce and verbal with a gallery of unforgettable characters.