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"Marriage is not a process for prolonging the life of love, sir. It merely mummifies its corpse."


In Plum's hilarious fictional world, love is all around, in the air and a many-splendoured thing. It's a fact of life, ready and waiting to be fallen in and out of by his men and women, be they willing volunteers, helpless victimes, or, like Bertie Wooster, spinning in the opposite direction. 


The third of Paul Kent's occassional essays on matters Wodehousean leads us on a merry dance up those three steps to heaven, guiding us through some of the funniest and unlikely love stories ever written.


Further titles in preparation

Wodehouse on … Hollywood, Money, Family, Class, Shakespeare and Crime & Punishment.

What Ho! P. G. Wodehouse on Love

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