A Conversation for 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' - a Novel by Sebastian Faulks

Peer Review: A87883492 - 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' - a Novel by Sebastian Faulks

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SashaQ - happysad - Editor

Entry: 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' - a Novel by Sebastian Faulks - A87883492
Author: SashaQ - happysad - Editor - U9936370

Here's a little Entry about a book that I read recently and found fascinating in a strange sort of way...


A87883492 - 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' - a Novel by Sebastian Faulks

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minorvogonpoet

This is interesting smiley - smiley but I don't think it's going to make me rush out and buy the smiley - book. (I prefer Lord Emsworth and his pigs.)

I remember, however, Sebastian Faulkes referring to Jeeves as a prime example of a snob, so I wondered how he fared pretending to be a Lord. Probably better than Bertie as a valet! smiley - laugh

I was a bit confused by the autobiographical paragraph about Wodehouse.I wondered if it would be more logical to refer to his marriage in 1914 before his travels in Europe and imprisonment in Germany in World War II. What did he do in World War I?


A87883492 - 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' - a Novel by Sebastian Faulks

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You can call me TC

Yes - now you mention it, MVP, that niggled with me, too.

I may read the book. I haven't read anything by Sebastian Faulkes yet, so I may read a couple more. After I've read some proper Wodehouse, of course!


A87883492 - 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' - a Novel by Sebastian Faulks

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SashaQ - happysad - Editor

Thanks both smiley - ok

I've tweaked the Wodehouse paragraph to include information about World War I.

Yes, Jeeves fitted in seamlessly as a Lord, whereas Bertie was reliant on the housekeeper and cook to make the tea and point him in the right direction!

I've not read any other Sebastian Faulks books, myself. I wasn't sure about Wodehouse's pigs, but I love the Jeeves and Wooster stories and I recently enjoyed the novel Spring Fever smiley - biggrin


A87883492 - 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' - a Novel by Sebastian Faulks

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minorvogonpoet

smiley - ok


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bobstafford

Congratulations! Well done old bean smiley - stiffdrink


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SashaQ - happysad - Editor

What ho staffy! Much obliged old chap smiley - stiffdrink


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Tavaron da Quirm - Arts Editor

Hi Sasha! smiley - smiley Do you have a picture of the book?


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SashaQ - happysad - Editor

I do indeed - I shall send it to you now smiley - ok


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