- Author:P. G. Wodehouse,Jonathan Cecil
- Publisher:Sound Library (August 1, 2011)
- Subcategory:Humor & Satire
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Produced by Tim Barnett. The adventures of sally.
Produced by Tim Barnett. Chapter I. sally gives a party. At her end of the table the conversation had turned once more to thegreat vital topic of Sally's legacy and what she ought to do with i. he next best thing to having money of one's own, is to dictate thespending of somebody else's, and Sally's guests were finding a good dealof satisfaction in arranging a Budget for her.
P G Wodehouse, Sally and Jonathan Cecil - Perfect. And 'The Adventures of Sally" is another in this vein. Well-read as usual by Jonathan Cecil (my favourite Wodehouse reader), it's a nice little story
P G Wodehouse, Sally and Jonathan Cecil - Perfect. What made the experience of listening to The Adventures of Sally the most enjoyable? Jonathan Cecil is the perfect narrator for P G Wodehouse stories. The two go together like cheese and wine. Well-read as usual by Jonathan Cecil (my favourite Wodehouse reader), it's a nice little story. Not a lot of laugh-out-loud moments, and a little predictable, but still enjoyable - especially if you're in the mood for a happy ending! Contact Us.
The Adventures of Sally - . Wodehouse Carrying on with a theme of books set in a time that never really existed we have here a comedy which gives passing mention to the Spanish Flu and therefore would have to be set between 1917 and 1922, but which avoids any reference to the recent war. There’s a boarding house full of characters, and scrappy young things trying to make it on Broadway, and chaps who aren’t good at investing, but aren’t too distraught at being broke, and snobby aristocratic The Adventures of Sally - .
Sally's adventures tend to vary from quite humorous to sound if not funny storytelling. Wodehouse has written a very interesting book with the Adventures of Sally. There is an emotional range in the Adventures of Sally. We're not taken into the depths of depression but it is made known to us that characters are feeling more deeply than most of the population in PG's future stories. This is a pleasant read and a worthy a chance to see a writer early in his career.
The Adventures of Sally is a novel by . It appeared as a serial in Collier's magazine in the United States from October 8 to December 31, 1921, and in The Grand Magazine in the United Kingdom from April to July 1922. It was first published in book form in the United Kingdom by Herbert Jenkins on 17 October 1922, and in the . by George H. Doran on March 23, 1923, under the title Mostly Sally.
When Sally Nicholas became an heiress, she had to cope her brother's wild theatrical ambitions and the defection of her fiance, his replacement being a strangely unattractive suitor
When Sally Nicholas became an heiress, she had to cope her brother's wild theatrical ambitions and the defection of her fiance, his replacement being a strangely unattractive suitor. A trip to England only made things worse, but then a piece of speculation might just offer a happy ending. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.
Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (1881-1975) was a comic writer who has enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years
Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (1881-1975) was a comic writer who has enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Wodehouse's main canvas remained that of prewar English upper-class society, reflecting his birth, education, and youthful writing career. Wodehouse was admired both by contemporaries like Rudyard Kipling as well as by modern writers like Terry Pratchett
The Adventures of Sally - P. G. Wodehouse At her end of the table the conversation had turned once more to the great vital topic of Sally’s legacy and what she ought.
The Adventures of Sally - P. Wodehouse. End. Let me tell you, said Augustus Bartlett, briskly, what I’d do, if I were you.