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Posted August 23, 2002
Classic, Complex Wodehouse Plot
This novel exemplifies all the best and most charming elements of the Wodehouse panoply: dashing characters in pursuit of modest but personal values, brilliant diction and a masterfully interlocked plot. Bertie Wooster, defending his bachelor life, goes to Deverill Hall pretending to be the quintessential drip Gussie Fink-Nottle to preserve latter's engagement with the Basset. Meanwhile, Esmond loves Corky and Gertrude loves Catsmeat, but none of the pairings can get right against the threat of the Five Aunts. Then Gussie shows up pretending to be Bertie Wooster, threatening not only to unravel the whole scheme but tarnish Bertie's reputation. Only Jeeves can straighten things out.
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Posted May 21, 2010
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