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Author: Charles E. Gould Jr.
ISBN: 0870081063
Language: English
Pages: 164 pages
Category: Puzzles & Games
Publisher: James H Heineman; First Edition edition (September 1, 1989)
Rating: 4.7
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FB2 size: 1514 kb | EPUB size: 1927 kb | DJVU size: 1317 kb

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Do you really know Wodehouse as you should or may think you do? Here is the test. Wodehouse stories brim with ploys, plots and predicaments. His innumerable characters interweave in an intricate "pas de deux," "pas de trois" and sometimes even "pas ad infinitum.

Author of What's in Wodehouse, or, Jeeves has gone a-shrimping and the fat pig has grown even stouter, The . Wodehouse quiz book, The toad at Harrow. English Humorous stories, Criticism and interpretation, History and criticism, Literary recreations, Miscellanea.

Wodehouse Quiz Book, 1989 Charles Gould, Jr. What's In Wodehouse or Jeeves Has Gone A-Shrimping and the Fat Pig Has Grown Even Stouter, 1989 See cover Norman Murphy. Yours, Plum: The Letters of P G Wodehouse, 1990 See cover See cover Eileen McIlvaine. Lord Emsworth's Annotated Whiffle, 1991 See cover Richard Usborne. After Hours with P G Wodehouse,.

If I had Jeeves's brain I should have a stab at being Prime Minisiter or something. Luckily for us, Bertie Wooster manages to retain Jeeve's services through all the vicissitudes of purple socks and policeman's helmets, and here, gathered together for the first time, is an omnibus of Jeeves novels and stories comprising three of the funniest books ever written: Thank You, Jeeves, The code of the Woosters and The Inimirable Jeeves. In Jeeves, the ever resourceful "gentleman's personal gentleman", and the good-hearted young blunderer Bertie Wooster, he created two of the best known and best loved characters in twentieth century literature.

Earn your own Summa Cum Laude Certificate of Wodehousian Scholarship and Knowledge Do you really know Wodehouse as you should or may think you do? Here is the test. Wodehouse stories brim with ploys, plots, and predicaments. His innumerable characters interweave in an intricate pas de deux, pas de trois, and sometimes even pas ad infinitude.

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This has also been published as Jeeves in the Morning in the U. Wodehouse's biographer, Richard Usborne, considers this a "loosely stiched novel of eighteen chapters which make ten separate stories in The Jeeves Omnibus". He Rather Enjoyed It.

This has also been published as Jeeves in the Morning in the US. Full Moon. 1925.

What's in Wodehouse?; or, Jeeves Has Gone-a-Shrimping and Bertie Is in the . Though Wodehouse went on to feature Jeeves prominently in several stories and novels, the author stated in the introduction to hi.

Yours, Plum (letters), Heineman (New York, NY), 1990. In fact, Wodehouse's books were even removed from library shelves in several communities. Though Wodehouse went on to feature Jeeves prominently in several stories and novels, the author stated in the introduction to his Jeeves Omnibus: "I still blush to think of the off-hand way I treated him at our first encounter. Jeeves is no mere butler; he is a valet or, as the character himself puts it, a "gentleman's personal gentleman.

Do you really know Wodehouse as you should or may think you do? Here is the test. Wodehouse stories brim with ploys, plots and predicaments. His innumerable characters interweave in an intricate "pas de deux," "pas de trois" and sometimes even "pas ad infinitum." The feckless flee the ferocious, the cunning con the cumbrous, and the melee of love-sick poets, aunts, cow creamers, debonair roués, porcine diets, second story men, drunken cats, bishops and amorous curates, and private sleuths "inter alia" writhe in plots within multiple other plots. Only die-hard aficionados and true Wodehousians know which aunt is up, which lover down, who steals what necklace, and which pig wins the fat pig contest. Test your knowledge. Taste the pudding. Accept the challenge, with these twenty-four chapters of quizzes and puzzles, arranged for both instruction and delight, each followed by the Answers.