Thank you Jeeves
Can Jeeves be loyal to Bertram Wooster even when not not under his employment? This is the premise of P.G Wodehouse's "Thank you Jeeves". Bertram Wooster is evicted from his apartment and Jeeves resigns unable to bear his master's new found love for the Banjo. Wooster takes refuge at …read more
The Code of the Woosters
What exactly is "The Code of the Woosters"? If you've read about Bertie Wooster, you may imagine it refers to the drinking binges or getting engaged every other morning but breaking up by evening.
Bertie is recovering from a bachelor party hosted for his friend Gussie engaged to Madeline (no …read more
To kill a mocking bird
The movie with the same name has been recommended by scores of friends and I haven't been able to watch it. At the library that I recently joined, they had the book by Harper Lee and I thought why not read the book than watch the movie.
Atticus Finch, is …read more
To Cut a Long Story Short
Meursault is informed about his mother's death and barely displays any grief at her funeral. This is how Albert Camus' "The Outsider" starts off. Inmates at the old age home where his mother breathed her last are shocked at his lack of emotions.
Back in the city, Meursault tries to …read more
Jeeves in the Offing
Jeeves gets a much needed holiday but Wooster, his master lands in trouble after he finds the 'out of the blue' announcement of his engagement to Bobbie, a girl he had broken up with ages ago. He visits Brinkley Court without his trusted lieutenant, Jeeves to set things right but …read more
Ring for Jeeves
Bill Belfry, the Earl of Rowcester and his temporary valet, Jeeves con Captain Biggar at the derby and have a hard time getting away. Bill needs the money to stay afloat and also sell his leaky mansion.
Bill gets caught and in return for legal immunity is forced to steal …read more
Yesterday, I heard the shocking news of the passing away of my mentor and India's prolific Python and django evangelist, Kenneth Gonsalves, KG to friends or lawgon by his IRC nick. I had the pleasure of knowing KG for 7 years and working with him on a variety of projects …read more
It's common knowledge in PG Wodehouse books that English aristocrats are rich and spend a lot of time socializing with their peers at clubs over lunches. But in "Spring Fever", Lord Shortlands, an Earl is hard pressed and has to depend financially on his eldest daughter. He dotes on his …read more