"Wonderfully fresh and funny, and among examples of Victorian
humour I would place it high in the pantheon, right up there with
The Importance of Being Earnest and The Diary of a Nobody...
Jerome's writing... triumphantly stands the test of time, with its
comic flights of exaggeration, its occasional archness, and its
entirely innocent hint of the camp."
"A charming comedy of friendship and human nature."
"From the Hardcover edition."