Jeeves And The Feudal Spirit

Jeeves And The Feudal Spirit

Book - 1962
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Publisher: London, H. Jenkins [1962, 1954]
Characteristics: 176 p. 19 cm

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alperkins Apr 27, 2012

This book is a typical P.G. Wodehouse--full of unusual circumstances, twists of plot, and surprising revelations, as well as loads of laughs and clean humor.
Bertie Wooster, the dim-witted but likeable idle-rich narrator, is involved again in a series of perilous events, including his accidental engagement to Florence Cray and his near annhiliation by 'Stilton' Cheesewright. Throw in two missing pearl necklaces, Lord Sidcup (Roderick Spode), and a night in jail for Bertie, and it's a tangle only Jeeves can unravel.

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