A tome of well-mannered high comedy, from the ""unrivaled master of the comedy of manners"" (Entertainment Weekly)
In Aunts Aren't Gentlemen Bertie Wooster withdraws to the village of Maiden Eggesford on doctor's orders to ""sleep the sleep of the just and lead the quiet Martini-less life."" Only the presence of the irrepressible Aunt Dahlia shatters the rustic peace. A classic-the last book written by Woodhouse featuring Bertie and Jeeves.
With each volume edited and reset and printed on Scottish cream-wove, acid-free paper, sewn and bound in cloth, Aunts Aren't Gentlemen and the rest of the Wodehouse novels published by the Overlook Press are elegant additions to any Wodehouse fan's library.
""Could a P.G. Wodehouse revival be more timely? Overlook Press, which is reissuing Wodehouse''s comic novels, clearly has its finger on America''s pulse....With its sumptuously bound editions, Overlook Press has done the master proud."" -Los Angeles Times
""All one can do is read [the Wodehouse books] is read them and laugh like an idiot. To assist you in this, the Overlook Press is publishing a set of clothbound collector''s editions of the master''s work. They''re beautiful books, much welcome."" -Bookforum