The author, born on this day in 1881, certainly was a master of humorous writing with few comparisons, but contrary to what he thought about the “intelligentsia” looking down on him, his influence has lived on among writers from Zadie Smith to the late Christopher Hitchens.
The joy of PG Wodehouse is that you can read his books over and over again, and find something to smile about on every page. He's a master of the English language.
Of all his books, I love the Blandings Castle ones best. Once you've met then, you'll never forget Lord Emsworth and his wonderful prize pig, the Empress of Blandings.