From the pen of P.G. Wodehouse, 'The Clicking of Cuthbert' is a collection of short stories on the subject of golf. One
storyincludes the thoughts of Miss Forrester who thinks it is the silliest game ever invented.Can anyone find new sources
of humor in golf? Certainly, it takes a great humorist to do so. P.G. Wodehouse pulled off this feat by combining an
obvious love for the game with sense of irony about the humiliations that golfers experience for their sport, a subtle
mix of love and how golf can complicate that emotion, and a hilariously overbearing narrator who is obviously the biggest
windbag in the golf club.
About The Reader
Jonathan Cecil was born in London, England on 22 February 1939 and is the son of Lord David Cecil. He is a vastly
experienced actor, appearing at Shakespeare?s Globe as well as in such West End productions as The Importance of Being
Ernest, The Seagull and The Bed Before Yesterday. He has toured in The Incomparable Max, Twelfth Night and An Ideal
Husband, while among his considerable TV and film appearances are The Rector?s Wife, Just William, Murder Most Horrid and
As You Like It.
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