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Right Ho, Jeeves!
Among P.G. Wodehouse’s most popular novels is the 1934 work Right Ho, Jeeves!, featuring recurring luminaries, the young English gentleman Bertie Wooster and his ingenious and far-cleverer-than-his-boss valet Reginald Jeeves (whose first name is not given in this novel). One measure … Continue reading
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The Consummate Word
P.G. Wodehouse. What he said. How he said it. Awesome!
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