The Clicking of Cuthbert


by P. G. Wodehouse

As an old guy, I laughed at this. The dialogue and word play between the Russian Brushilof and Cuthbert is hilarious, and sticking a finger in the eye of a mid-twentieth century, high-brow “literary society” is always good sport. However, no doubt because I helped raise two daughters, I was a tad off-put by the subtext which portrayed the young woman Adeline, as so frivolous and fickle.

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