P. G. Wodehouse
A certain critic--for such men, I regret to say, do exist--made the
nasty remark about my last novel that it contained 'all the old
Wodehouse characters under different names.' He has probably by now
been eaten by bears, like the children who made mock of the prophet
Elisha: but if he still survives he will not be able to make a similar
charge against Summer Lightning. With my superior intelligence, I
have outgeneralled the man this time by putting in all the old
Wodehouse characters under the same names. Pretty silly it will make
him feel, I rather fancy.
Summer Lightning (Fish Preferred), Foreword.
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