Waugh Wages “War” for Wodehouse

P.G. Wodehouse

Evelyn Waugh publishes “An Act of Homage and Reparation to P. G. Wodehouse”-perhaps the single-most influential plea for restoring Wodehouse’s reputation among the English-in the London Sunday Times. Although Wodehouse professed to be completely uninterested and uninvolved with the politics of World War II, he was accused of having Nazi sympathies. Eventually, this lead him to seek American citizenship.

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