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Sir Terry remembered: Dickens' fire, Tolkien's imagination, and the wit of Wodehouse

Deryk Barker

I've never managed to get through an entire Prachett novel - and comparing anyone to Wodehouse is simply a non-starter, DIckens too for that matter.

But I have to congratulate him on flourishing after working on the Bucks Free Press, which I remember from my early days as a completely awful rag.

And the nobility of his final years.

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