P G Wodehouse weaves a hysterically convoluted plot around Bertie Wooster involving policemen, and thieves, cooks and crooks, doctors, and spotty patients, aunts and cats, and most importantly, a small army of rather unagreeable (though pretty) ladies threatening marriage. Only a guardian angel (or perhaps Jeeves) could disentangle this web of angry aunts and loving cats in his typically wise and serene manner.
Bertram Wooster, an animated, well meaning lovable and decadent member of the financially sound society of London, has the uncanny talent of always getting entangled in a convoluted web of misunderstandings (usually involving idiosyncratic ladies and almost always a marriage plan). His character in these novels and short stories is juxtaposed by the antithetically tranquil and knowledgeable character of Jeeves, and his uncanny ability to extricate his master from the most entwined situations.
These tales penned by PG Wodehouse are brought to life not only by the intertaction of these two adorable characters, and the convoluted plots, but also through the superfluous control over the language he uses to describe particular moments, each uniquely and absolutely hysterically throughout the book. This book will have you laughing and sniggering for a good part of the week while you read it and most definately later, when you recall it.