Why I love P.G. Wodehouse and you should too -With Ms Herlinger

  Bertie Wooster, Jeeves, Mr Mulliner’s endless stories about his relations, golfing stories about people rich enough to play golf all day, Lord Emsworth and his pig, I mean, who cares? Isn’t Pelham Grenville (Plum) Wodehouse a relic of the past? OK, I know. Wodehouse writes about nothing, really. Highly privileged, upper class twits, and … Continue reading Why I love P.G. Wodehouse and you should too -With Ms Herlinger

The Great American Road trip in literature

The proverbial ‘road trip’ has cemented its place in the American literary canon as the driving (excuse the pun) force behind some of the most celebrated literature of our time. Hearing the word ‘road trip’ today may conjure images of teens on an open-road adventure jostling for the AUX cord and navigating with a less-than-cooperative … Continue reading The Great American Road trip in literature