... a little circle whose members have decided that the celibate life is best. We call ourselves Bachelors Anonymous. It was Alcoholics Anonymous that gave the founding fathers the idea. Our methods are frankly borrowed from theirs. When one of us feels the urge to take a woman out to dinner becoming too strong for him, he seeks out the other members of the circle and tells them of his craving, and they reason with him. He pleads that just one dinner cannot do him any harm, but they know what that one dinner can lead to. They point out the inevitable results of that first downward step.
This all seems a splendid idea to Ivor Llewellyn, movie mogul and Ephriam Trout, Esq. of Trout, Wapshott and Edelstein, but spring is in the air and they learn that the proper temptation can threaten the most hardened resolve.
Mr. Wodehouse's idyllic world can never stale. He will continue to release future generations from captivity that may be more irksome than our own. He has made a world for us to live in and delight in.
He who has not met Wodehouse has not lived a full life.