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The Project Gutenberg eBook, Right Ho, Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse
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Title: Right Ho, Jeeves
Author: P. G. Wodehouse
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RIGHT HO, JEEVES
P. G. WODEHOUSE
RAYMOND NEEDHAM, K.C.
WITH AFFECTION AND ADMIRATION
"Jeeves," I said, "may I speak frankly?"
"What I have to say may wound you."
"Not at all, sir."
No--wait. Hold the line a minute. I've gone off the rails.
I don't know if you have had the same experience, but the snag I always
come up against when I'm telling a story is this dashed difficult problem
of where to begin it. It's a thing you don't want to go wrong over,
because one false step and you're sunk. I mean, if you fool about too
long at the start, trying to establish atmosphere, as they call it, and
all that sort of rot, you fail to grip and the customers walk out on you.
Get off the mark, on the other hand, like a scalded cat, and your public
is at a loss. It simply raises its eyebrows, and can't make out what
you're talking about.