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THE WHITE FEATHER by P.G. Wodehouse

THE WHITE FEATHER by P.G. Wodehouse

Company for Henry by P.G. Wodehouse-  a damn good muddle though I'm a bit sorry that it didn't come to a "head". It was all so calmly resolved... Still, hilarious Wodehousian muddle!!

Company for Henry by P.G. Wodehouse- a damn good muddle though I'm a bit sorry that it didn't come to a "head". It was all so calmly resolved... Still, hilarious Wodehousian muddle!!

Something Fishy by P.G. Wodehouse

Something Fishy by P.G. Wodehouse

The Girl on the Boat [Hardcover]

The Girl on the Boat [Hardcover]

A Gentleman of Leisure - Penguin 1991

A Gentleman of Leisure - Penguin 1991

The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse

The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse

Plum Pie by P.G. Wodehouse http://www.amazon.com/dp/1590200101/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_YrL6ub0N1RCDG

Plum Pie by P.G. Wodehouse http://www.amazon.com/dp/1590200101/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_YrL6ub0N1RCDG

According to the Old English Dictionary, the word ritzy appeared in P. G. Wodehouse’s “Jill the Reckless.” The entry in the OED states, “The Duchess, abandoning that aristocratic manner criticized by some of her colleagues as ‘upstage’ and by others “Ritz-y’, sat in her chair” ("ritzy, adj.”).

According to the Old English Dictionary, the word ritzy appeared in P. G. Wodehouse’s “Jill the Reckless.” The entry in the OED states, “The Duchess, abandoning that aristocratic manner criticized by some of her colleagues as ‘upstage’ and by others “Ritz-y’, sat in her chair” ("ritzy, adj.”).

"Ring For Jeeves", by P.G. Wodehouse

"Ring For Jeeves", by P.G. Wodehouse

Summer Lightning, published in 1929, is the third of Wodehouse's novels set at Blandings Castle.

Summer Lightning, published in 1929, is the third of Wodehouse's novels set at Blandings Castle.

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