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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: "Indeed, Wodehouse does much to reflect the over-privileged lives. However, what might have become a novel filled to overflowing with hilarity and drama is brought back down to a more substantial level with the constant subtle humor and patronization brought in by Jeeves. "Jeeves, don't keep saying 'Indeed, sir?' No doubt nothing is further from your mind than to convey such a suggestion, but you have a way of stressing the 'in' and then coming down with a thud on the 'deed' which makes it virtually tantamount to 'Oh, yeah?' Correct this, Jeeves." The nature in which Bertie and the rest are virtually ignorant to Jeeves' little jibes such as this shows clearly the statement of Wodehouse, how the aristocracy is too self absorbed to notice even the slightest. A wonderfully clever novel, which keeps the pages turning with quick wit and snappy humor. I highly suggest it.". Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: "Indeed, Wodehouse does much to reflect the over-privileged lives... However, what might have become a novel filled to overflowing with hilarity and drama is brought back down to a more substantial level with the constant subtle humor and patronization brought in by Jeeves. "Jeeves, don't keep saying 'Indeed, sir?' No doubt nothing is further from your mind than to convey such a suggestion, but you have a way of stressing the 'in' and then coming down with a thud on the 'deed' which makes it virtually tantamount to 'Oh, yeah?' Correct this, Jeeves." The nature in which Bertie and the rest are virtually ignorant to Jeeves' little jibes such as this shows clearly the statement of Wodehouse, how the aristocracy is too self absorbed to notice even the slightest. A wonderfully clever novel, which keeps the pages turning with quick wit and snappy humor. I highly suggest it."

Über den Autor: P.G. Wodehouse's full name was Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse. He was born in Guildford, Surrey in England in 1881. His friends and family simply called him "Plum". He was an English writer known for his novels, short stories and musical theater. Wodehouse had a long career of seventy years and spent much of his life in France and the United States. He is best known for his novels and short stories about Jeeves, as well as those about Blandings Castle. The Jeeves stories are told by a wealthy, rather scattered brained Bertie Wooster. These stories recount the improbable and unfortunate situations in which he finds himself and the ingenious ways his valet, Jeeves, is always able to remedy the situation. Wodehouse lived in a seaside home in Le Touquet, France to avoid the double taxation on his earnings by the UK and the US. When World War II broke out, Wodehouse was taken prisoner by the Germans in 1940 and spent over a year in prisons in Belguim and then Poland. He was released just prior to his 60th birthday. When writer Christopher Hitchens was ask to comment about the career of P.G. Wodehouse, he responded, "There is not, and never will be anything to touch him." P.G. Wodehouse died at the age of 93 in Southampton, N.Y.

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