Faux French
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Let’s build bridges
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Leave It To Psmith, Chapter 4, by P.G. Wodehouse

I have little patience for slapstick and vulgur English humor, but savor the restrained clowniness of certain British actors. John Reid of D’Oyly Carte Opera Company, and Edward Petherbridge of the Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery Series inspired me as I recorded Chapter 4 of Leave It To Psmith by P. G. Wodehouse, Painful Scene At The Drones Club.


Hear me read Chapter 4 at Internet Archive.

You can read the entire novel at Project Gutenberg.

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The story, cover image, and recording are in the Public Domain.

Listen to the entire novel at Internet Archive.

4 responses to “Leave It To Psmith, Chapter 4, by P.G. Wodehouse”

  1. Beautiful reading Grace! I chuckled at the gentle humour and couldn’t help wanting to hear more. I’ll have to explore further. 👍🏻👏🏻👏🏻

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    1. That’s great! I’m so glad that you enjoyed it, Wendy! Hooray for chuckling!
      I’m having a blast rehearsing my next reading: a series of fictitious letters, from “History of Emily Montague”. The story takes place in Canada during the mid 1700s. It’s considered the first novel written by a European in Canada.

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  2. It’s so cool hearing your voice Grace. I really enjoyed listening to this and thoroughly enjoyed Smith’s logic.😄

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    1. Thank you Stephanae! So cool sharing this with you. Psmith’s logic amused me, too! His perspective on situations cracks me up.

      Yesterday I finished recording my letters for “History of Emily Montague” and expect it to be published this week. It was silly like this story.

      Now I’m rehearsing The Great Stone Face by Nathaniel Hawthorne, which has a very different tone.

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