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Jeeves carries on in Sebastian Faulks's Wodehouse sequel
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The South Atlantic Quarterly I get up, go right to the can to go sit on the can as per every morning of the last of my life, and what is written all over the newspaper my man Jeeves slips to me under the door? I'm sorry, but I am getting the drift it is definitely your Turkomen or your California homosexualistical educationists. Hey, please—there weren't any queer words like this back when I was coming up. We had a whole host of different kinds of impediments back then—words like periphrasis and periphrastic and even the humble the aboriginal phrase.
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Napsterization is reporting in this post that Ask Jeeves is buying Bloglines ; Bloglines being the RSS aggregator that I primarily use because it allows me to access everything on the web regardless of platform. Russell Beattie has this to say in his post on this topic:. I heard you're buying Bloglines , that's pretty neat. But please remember how important this service is to a lot of people out there. I use it day and night, at home and at the office, on my Mac and on my PC, on my desktop and on my mobile phone.
What ho! It may be almost 40 years since their last appearance, but Bertie Wooster and his "gentleman's personal gentleman" Jeeves are due to return this November when Sebastian Faulks dons the mantle of their much-loved creator, PG Wodehouse. Faulks, who is becoming used to slipping into the skin of classic authors, after publishing a bestselling James Bond novel in , was approached by the Wodehouse estate to take on the first ever authorised Wodehouse follow-up. Jeeves and the Wedding Bells, described as "a homage to PG Wodehouse" by the author's estate, will be published on 6 November by Hutchinson, also home to Wodehouse's later novels. Few other details were given away by the publisher, but it did say that the new novel would "be faithful to the history and personality of Wodehouse's characters but by shining a different light on them will also show how robust, durable and lovable these creations are".