Originally Posted by Pavlos
I disagree. While I think Wodehouse was a talented writer... I believe George Orwell has the one up on him.
Orwell is undoubtedly a great storyteller, a great intelligence, and a talented writer, but his use of language is simply not in the same league as Wodehouse - the use of metaphor, simile, and other parabole is where Wodehouse reigns supreme, and reigns alone, IMO.