Wodehouse


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English writer known for his humorous novels and stories (1881-1975)

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The Wodehouse (1935) method was used for measurements carried out on taxa L.
Hitchens, retired teacher as well as biographer and historian, treasures Wodehouse for two things: his dedication to the art of writing and his creation of works that never fail to amuse.
In 1934, Wodehouse had moved to Le Touquet, in France, to escape the attention of the tax authorities in Britain and the United States.
He admits that the eager-to-please gentleman-author (Alistair Cooke found Wodehouse's voice "tuned entirely in C major") is an elusive character.
In particular, he treats Wodehouse's wartime experiences to an intense scrutiny that further exonerates the writer from moral culpability in broadcasting innocuous, stiff-upper-lip statements--destined for America but rerouted to England--over the CBS radio network from wartime Berlin, where he was interned.
Thank You, Jeeves, published in 1934, was Wodehouse's first novel featuring the character.
Wodehouse's exclusion is curious given the ancient lineage of comedy.
During December 1888, ten months after Matthew Arnold's death, Frances Arnold announced the engagement of their younger daughter, Eleanor, to Armine Wodehouse, younger son of the Liberal statesman, Lord Kimberley.
Wodehouse'sblithe popular stories and novels about whimsical upper - class characters feature the Honourable Bertie Wooster; Psmith; Mr.
Wodehouse. It is frothy as a cappuccino with the flavour of well soaked Darjeeling tea.
THE peerless PG Wodehouse's 'Jeeves and the Kid Clementina' has Bertie losing in the Drones golf tournament.
FASCINATING insight into Bertie Wooster author PG Wodehouse in today's Mercury - a man who went to his grave stained by allegations he was a Nazi sympathiser.
AFTER conquering the West End, including a 2014 Olivier Award for Best Comedy, PG Wodehouse's iconic pairing Jeeves & Wooster bring their trademark humour to Cardiff on Tuesday, June 9 to Saturday, June 13.
The annual Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize has been won by Alexander McCall Smith for his novel Fatty O'Leary's Dinner Party, the BBC reported on Tuesday.
Wodehouse. Jeeves & Wooster Complete Collection.