Uncollected Wodehouseby David A. Jasen
David A. Jasen, the foremost authority on the life and work of P.G. Wodehouse, and his official biographer, has gathered together a treasure of previously uncollected Wodehouse articles and short stories. For all fans of the incomparable and outrageously funny portrayer of English upper-class life, here is a necessary addition to the Wodehouse shelf. Included here is the only mystery story Wodehouse ever wrote, the first of his many articles for Punch, a hilarious spoof of the advertising world, amusing accounts of English public school life, one of the few Reggie Pepper stories, and many other collector's delights. The Wodehouse trademark is the butler, and the connoisseur will not be disappointed in Keggs, his very first butler and the prototype for the immortal Jeeves. Most of these pieces were written early in his career and are proof positive that even in the beginning, Plum Wodehouse had the matter firmly in hand.
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