Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit Paperback – 27 May 1999
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The fate of the mustache is only the starting point for Wodehouse's comedy of errors, however, as Bertie goes from London to his Aunt Dahlia's country home, where Lady Florence, Stilton Cheesewright, and Percy Gorringe, a young man who wants to produce a play based on Lady Florence's book, are also in attendance. As Lady Florence and Stilton Cheesewright play out their on-again, off-again romance, Percy is casting longing eyes at Florence, who is flirting with Bertie once again.
As is always the case with Wodehouse, events quickly become more complex. Percy wants Bertie to invest one thousand pounds in the play. Aunt Dahlia, wanting to sell her magazine, decides to "salt the mine," secretly selling her pearls so she can serialize a novel by a famous romance author to make the magazine more attractive. Her husband, at this point, decides to have the pearls appraised. Bertie takes Florence to a nightclub to "do research for her new novel," and he is arrested.Read more ›
The books are a fantastic read, and this edition will please every Wodehouse fan.
We're not talking realism-just sublime prose,a beautifully farcical plot and Jeeves makes everything allright in the end-though Bertie,as usual, has to make a serious sacrifice...
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No review as you did not downlod this on to my KIndle. This request adds insult to injury.Published 2 months ago by M. W. Wheeler
Another hilarious Jeeves novel brilliantly read by Jonathan Cecil.Published 14 months ago by Girl on a bus
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I love every single word of the "Jeeves and Bertie" so it's impossibile form me to be impartial....Published 20 months ago by marco