P. G. Wodehouse

Ring For Jeeves

The problem of disposing of his beautiful, stately, but interminably damp home, is becoming quite a headache for William, ninth Earl of Rowcester. So when Mrs. Spottsworth, a rich American widow, expresses an interest in adding Rowcester Abbey to her collection of residences, William does all in his power to bring the deal to a quick and happy conclusion. Unforeseen set-backs arise that seem insurmountable until the inimitable Jeeves takes over…
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    stoodyshared an impression2 years ago

    Biggar's stories became tedious and it was a trifle strange that "Reggie", the man with the fish assisted mental powers, would take part in skuldugerous activities like bookmaking, fraud and theft.
    It seems he has purposely decided to abandon previous standards of behaviour and try the wild side.

    If you appreciate PG's prose this is another notch on the bedpost.

    Lynnsey Schneidershared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading


    b7244423708has quoted2 years ago
    easure in the arms of another man, particularly another man as good-looking as William,
    trihawkjonhas quoted2 years ago
    Remember that man's life lies all within this present, as 'twere but a hair's-breadth of time. As for the rest, the past is gone, the future yet unseen."
    "Marcus Aurelius, m'lord."
    dashenka1991has quoted2 years ago
    Jeeves had entered, bearing coffee. His deportment was, as ever, serene. Like Bill, he found Captain Biggar's presence in the home disturbing, but where Bill quaked and quivered, he continued to resemble a well-bred statue.


    "Captain Biggar won three thousand quid on the Oaks." "Indeed, sir? A consummation devoutly to be wished."' "Yes," said the Captain sombrely.. Three thousand pounds I won, and the bookie did a bolt." Rory stared. "No!"

    "I assure you."

    "Skipped by the light of the moon?" "Exactly."

    Rory was overcome.

    "I never heard anything so monstrous. Did you ever hear anything so monstrous, Jeeves? Wasn't that the frozen limit, Bill?"

    Bill seemed to come out of a trance.

    "Sorry, Rory, I'm afraid I was thinking of s

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