The lives of Bertram Wooster and his manservant Jeeves are full of
broken engagements and misunderstood conversations. Innocently
simple schemes to help former classmate win the heart of a beloved
seem destined to fail before they start, as meddling family members
and misguided enthusiasm prevail. But the high hopes of Jeeves and
Wooster never fail as they meet every situation with a renewed and
genuine cheerfulness. The characters that P.G. Wodehouse created in
the Jeeves and Wooster stories are two of the greatest, and best
known, in literature. Set in Britain during the last hurrah of the
aristocracy, Wodehouse used Jeeves and Wooster to tell widely
appealing stories about this transitional time in history.
Cassin Law Publishing
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