Jeeves in the offing, P. G. Wodehouse
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Jeeves in the offing

Jeeves is on holiday in Heme Bay, and while he’s away the world caves in on Bertie Wooster. For a start, he’s astonished to read in «The Times» of his engagement to the mercurial Bobbie Wickham. Then at Brinkley Court, his Aunt Dahlia’s establishment, he finds his awful former headmaster in attendance ready to award the prizes at Market Snodsbury Grammar School. And finally the Brinkley butler turns out, for reasons of his own, to be Bertie’s nemesis in disguise, the brain surgeon Sir Roderick Glossop. With all occasions informing against him, Bertie has to hightail it to Heme Bay to liberate Jeeves from his shrimping net. And after that, the fun really starts. Формат издания: 13 см х 19,5 см.
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sharmabipasha20
sharmabipasha20shared an impression7 months ago
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The entirety of the tale had Jeeves in anonymous presence but I hate how every time a solution is sought out at the cost of the Wooster. Oh well, all's well that ends well.
P.S. someone ought to personally strangle the girl in slow dramatic motion. (You know who I'm talking about).

Arun Goela
Arun Goelashared an impression2 years ago
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a penny saved is a penny earned
When she spoke, it was with the mildness of a cushat dove addressing another cushat dove from whom it was hoping to borrow money.
The contents of mine flew through the air and came to rest on the trousers of Aubrey Upjohn, MA, moistening them to no little extent. Indeed, it would scarcely be distorting the facts to say that he was now not so much wearing trousers as wearing tea.
I have no information, sir. They have not confided in me.
'If you ask me, he's lost his nerve. I knew this would happen. The worm has got cold feet.'
I could have crushed her by drawing her attention to the fact that worms don't have feet, col

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