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Aunts Aren't Gentlemen
Bertie Wooster wakes up one morning in his London flat to discover he is suffering from an unsightly rash with spots all over his chest. Going to see his doctor, he bumps into Vanessa Cook, who had turned down a proposal of marriage from him the year before, and her new boyfriend Orlo Porter, a former friend of his from Oxford and left-wing zealot. They are leading a protest march which holds Bertie's journey up for a while. Porter hops in the car to esc...
Right Ho, Jeeves
Bertie Wooster has just returned from Cannes after a holiday with his Aunt Dahlia, her daughter Angela, and Angela's friend Madeleine Bassett. His friend Gussie Fink-Nottle, in love with Madeleine, is advised by Jeeves, Bertie's ever-resourceful ‘gentleman's personal gentleman', to accept her invitation to a fancy dress ball, but Gussie ruins things by forgetting the address. Meanwhile Bertie is in bed one morning nursing a severe hangover when Dahlia ...
Thank You, Jeeves
P. G. Wodehouse is considered one of the greatest British humorists of the twentieth century. In “Thank You, Jeeves”, the humorist starts a series whose main goal is to ironize the decaying British aristocracy. Jeeves is the stereotype of a British butler, always loyal and far cleverer than his patron, Bertram. Bertram, a typical wealthy aristocrat who never worked in his life, finds himself in trouble in “Thank You, Jeeves”. After losing his loyal compa...
Uneasy Money revolves around the story of Lord Dawlish, "Bill" to his friends, who is one of feather-brained, good-hearted young men. Right at the beginning, we see him getting accosted by a peddler who dubiously claims to have a starving family at home. His fiancee, Claire, is the scourge of poor Bill's existence, although he hasn't caught onto that yet. She accepted his proposal to begin with because he was a man of title, and was disappointed to find...
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