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Sir Pelham Grenville "P. G." Wodehouse (1881) Options
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Sir Pelham Grenville "P. G." Wodehouse (1881)

Wodehouse was an English-American comic writer who enjoyed enormous success during his more than 70-year career. His works are set in Edwardian England and feature idiotic youths, feckless debutantes, redoubtable aunts, and stuffy businessmen. His most famous characters are the young bachelor Bertie Wooster and his unflappable valet Jeeves. Although Wodehouse was knighted shortly before his death, the character of Bertie did cost him entry into the Order of the Companions of Honour in 1967. Why? More...
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A glorious moment, MTC. I was, I must confess, surprised at how much of his life was spent in America. Still, one of the great prose writers of the twentieth century.

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