Influence of

Charles Dickens



  • Robert McCrum. Wodehouse, p. 30. W. W. Norton (New York & London)(2004).  
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"Allusions in the school stories [Wodehouse] published as a young man suggest that his adolescent library included Browning's and Tennyson's poetry, some Dickens, Kipling, Conan Doyle, Jerome K. Jerome and the now forgotten popular writers of late Victorian England, such as Barry Pain and James Payn. …" (McCrum, p. 30)

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