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The World of Jeeves - What ho!

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Who hasn't heard of the literary duo Reginald Jeeves and Bertram Wooster created by the comedy genius Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse KBE? They have been immortalised in television series, on radio, on the stage and one even lent his surname to a search en ...

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Review of The World of Jeeves - P.G. Wodehouse

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Wild about Wilde... oh, was that a bit predictbable?

Advantages: It's Oscar Wilde! And a lot of it too!
Disadvantages: You wouldn't want to be carrying it around in your handbag!

...Being a big fan of Mr. Wilde and his writing, I asked for a favourite for my birthday, The Picture of Dorian Gray and was pleasantly surprised with this vast book. It's a stunning book, thick and hardback in a rich blue colour, with gold lettering and ...

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Review of The Collected Works of Oscar Wilde - Oscar Wilde

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Gothic goodness!

Advantages: Arguably the start of something amazing!
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...I'm a huge fan of Gothic literature, and definitely find that the classics that fit into the genre are the most exciting. I was quite appalled at myself for taking so long to find out about Horace Walpole's The Castle of Otranto. The story is considered t ...

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Review of The Castle of Otranto - Horace Walpole

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The Picture of Dorian Grey - Oscar Wilde

Advantages: Short, easy to read.
Disadvantages: Wilde's only published novel.

The plot is fairly easy to follow. A painter, Basil Hallward, paints a portrait of young, handsome man, Dorian Grey. He then introduces Dorian to a nobleman, Lord Henry Wotton. Dorian and Henry Wotton become friends and Dorian wishes that the painting of ...

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I'm Just Wilde About Earnest

Advantages: Wonderfully witty - a classic
Disadvantages: none at all!

...to inject a bit of culture and sophistication here on Ciao (well, I can try!) As I have mentioned on previous book opinions, I am a member of a postal book group. Therefore, every 2 weeks I receive a new book to read, chosen by a friend in the ...

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Review of The Importance of Being Earnest - Oscar Wilde

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