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Much Obliged, Jeeves Amazing Ebook, Much Obliged, Jeeves By P.G Wodehouse This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Much Obliged, Jeeves, Essay By P.G Wodehouse Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I just had to squeeze in a Wodehouse for Christmas, and how wonderful it was I can t believe I almost finished the Jeeves and Wooster series woe and woe upon woe when the fatal moment inevitably arrives, I ll be seeking solace in the Blandings Castle series. Aw, this makes me sad Much Obliged, Jeeves is one of Wodehouse s last books in the Jeeves Wooster series, just when it s starting to show some life after so many books by rote.The usual plot and characters are all in order Finicky friends and daffy family members all seemingly conspire to thrust Bertie Wooster neck deep into the soup, then jam him between a rock and a hard place Hovering about the periphery is the all knowing, gentleman s gentleman extraordinaire Jeeves, ready to extract his master and set all to rights.Where this book differs from other Wodehouses is in the little details Bertie s narration makes it plain that Much Obliged, Jeeves comes later in the Wodehouse oeuvre by referencing past exploits, and I m not just talking about that scripture prize he won in school or the article he wrote for Milady s Boudoir on What the well dressed man is wearing I m not even talking about the big reveal that Jeeves actually has a first name The real difference is in how Jeeves interacts with Wooster It s not a vast shift to the left, but there is a slight subversion in his tone, a sort of sauciness to his lip service, a kind of sass to his soliloquy Yes indeed, Jeeves expresses himself here with than just a raised brow and I found it shocking SHOCKING, I SAY Seriously though, it was nice to I was going through the Jeeves Wooster list on my GR bookshelf and found that I had missed out adding this book I think this is the last in the series, where Bertie is finally rid of the danger of getting married to either the intellectual Florence Craye or the maudlin Madeline hey, that rhymes.But the crux of this story is an election in Market Snodsbury, and how the journal detailing the exploits of various gentlemen recorded faithfully by their valets and kept securely at the butlers and valets club, the Junior Ganymede becomes central to its outcome The tome in question is stolen by a renegade valet and creates P.G Wodehouse was ninety years old when Much Obliged, Jeeves was published in 1971 and it is the penultimate Jeeves and Wooster novel This was the first time I had read this particular Wodehouse book One chapter in and it was like being with old friends Just sublime You probably don t need me to tell you that P.G Wodehouse is the funniest writer of the past century Wodehouse defies superlatives He is, quite simply, the best comedic writer to ever put pen to paper I am a confirmed Wodehousian and revel in the man s comedic genius I have read numerous books by the great man and all, to one degree or another, are a delight Much Obliged, Jeeves contains all the familiar tropes but is no less entrancing for that Wooster blunders around, narrowly avoiding engagements that threaten his bachelor lifestyle whilst Jeeves dispenses his learning, bon mots and quiet wit, whilst simultaneou

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