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Right Ho, Jeeves

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Right Ho, Jeeves

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Right Ho, Jeeves sees Bertie Wooster blithely attempting to assume the role of Jeeves himself as a matters-of-the-heart adviser. Very unwise: from Gussie Fink-Nottle's romance with Madeline Bassett, to Tuppy Glossop and his stop/go engagement to Angela Travers, the young master succeeds only in making a bally mess of everyone's love-lives. Toss into the mixing-bowl hot-headed chef Anatole, perpetually resigning from, returning to and re-resigning from the employ of Bertie's long-suffering Aunt Dahlia; and, shimmering over all, the lateral-thinking genius that is Jeeves. Here is more from the wondrously engaging world of Wodehouse, where laughter and inspired idiocy whirl together in warm-hearted celebration of great comic writing. Enjoy? Right ho!

Right Ho, Jeeves sees Bertie Wooster blithely attempting to assume the role of Jeeves himself as a matters-of-the-heart adviser. Very unwise: from Gussie Fink-Nottle's romance with Madeline Bassett, to Tuppy Glossop and his stop/go engagement to Angela Travers, the young master succeeds only in making a bally mess of everyone's love-lives. Toss into the mixing-bowl hot-headed chef Anatole, perpetually resigning from, returning to and re-resigning from the employ of Bertie's long-suffering Aunt Dahlia; and, shimmering over all, the lateral-thinking genius that is Jeeves. Here is more from the wondrously engaging world of Wodehouse, where laughter and inspired idiocy whirl together in warm-hearted celebration of great comic writing. Enjoy? Right ho!

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  • P. G. Wodehouse is acknowldeged wordwide as the king of comedy writing. His words never fail to bring a smile to even the stoniest of faces, and teamed with the inimitable voice of Martin Jarvis his words take on a whole new and vibrant life when read aloud.

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  • AudioFile Magazine Idle young Bertie Wooster, embroiled in other people's romances and his aunt's financial difficulties, can only be extricated by his astute manservant, Jeeves, in this 1930s comedy. Martin Jarvis, a fine reader and voice actor, shows effortless comic timing, variety, and ability to express thoughts and feelings. His Bertie is excellent, with the proper mixture of sprightliness, goofiness, decency, and conceit. But Bertie and Jeeves, the two main voices, are similar, and one is conscious of one man reading two parts. Some of the other voices are not fully convincing. But, overall, Jarvis's energy and skill make for a bright and amusing performance of a bright and amusing book. W.M. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine
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