I went on a Wodehouse binge long ago in high school. Read everything of his that they had on the shelves. Having finished and enjoyed it all, I moved on to the next author who caught my attention...I think it was Leonard Wibberly.
40 years passed.
And then I decided to read Wodehouse again. For some reason one title in particular had stuck in my head: Leave It to Psmith.
It's incredibly witty. I laughed out loud on page after page. And Psmith's unique means of expressing himself is unforgettable. I found myself talking like Psmith for days after I read that book. It won't be anywhere near 40 years before I read it again, you can count on that!