Cosas Que Leo #213: MUCH OBLIGED, JEEVES, P.G. Wodehouse

“Not so grim as my aunt Agatha, perhaps, for that could hardly be expected, but certainly well up in the class of Jael the wife of Heber and the Madame Whoever-it-was who used to sit and knit at the foot of the guillotine during the French Revolution. She had a beaky nose, tight thin lips, and her eye could have been used for splitting logs in the teak forests of Borneo.”

Much obliged, Jeeves (de The Jeeves Omnibus 5)

P.G. WODEHOUSE

Hutchinson 1993 (publicado originalmente en 1971)

155 pgs.