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Thank You Jeeves reader Û Paperback read ☆ p.g. wodehouse à [PDF / Epub] ☉ Thank You Jeeves By P.G. Wodehouse – A Jeeves and Wooster novel Thank You Jeeves is the first novel to feature the incomparable valet Jeeves and his hapless charge Bertie Wooster and you've hardly staAted but somewhat untuneful playing of the banjo In high dudgeon Bertie disappears to the country as a guest of his chum Chuffy only to find his peace shattered by the arrival of his ex fiancée Pauline Stoker her formida More tales of woe for Bertie Wooster but this time he's on his own with no Jeeves to get him out of the soup Perhaps that's why I felt this volume though probably as good as the rest didn't uite resonate the way others have Wooster without Jeeves is like Laurel without Hardy Abbot sans Costello The reason these books work is that they are a duo they play off of one another Wooster needs Jeeves and in a way Jeeves needs Woosterat least for comedic purposes But the good thing about reading Wodehouse is that it's like watching a rerun of an old favorite tv show You can anticipate all the jokes but you laugh anyway So although the usual winning formula goes a bit cockeyed in Thank You Jeeves there's still enough Wodehouse isms to keep his fans happy

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A Jeeves and Wooster novel Thank You Jeeves is the first novel to feature the incomparable valet Jeeves and his hapless charge Bertie Wooster and you've hardly started to turn the pages when he resigns over Bertie's dedic A guy told his friend Can you imagine the nerve of my neighbor? He was knocking on my wall non stop at midnight Luckily I was not asleep at the time I was playing tromboneThe joke above is very appropriate as the book starts with Bertie Wooster trying to learn to play banjo Not surprisingly the result was his neighbors complaining see the joke above; some people have no appreciation for music and his landlord kicking the poor guy out of his flat Bertie decided to go to a countryside where neighbors are far enough to endure his attempts at torturing both banjo and listeners Here came the biggest Bertie's problem Jeeves decided he did not like countryside especially with music provided by Bertie so he uit In search of a vacant countryside house Bertie stumbled upon his childhood friend Chuffy The latter provided a house but a complications arose Chuffy was madly in love with Pauline Stoker an American whose father just inherited several million dollars Pauline happened to be Bertie's ex fiance so our hero decided to help the couple to get along He meddled and the result was the usual unmanageable mess of affairs “I mean if you're asking a fellow to come out of a room so that you can dismember him with a carving knife it's absurd to tack a 'sir' on to every sentence The two things don't go together”Only this time there was no Jeeves to help untangle it Luckily not all was lost as Chuffy snatched Jeeves the moment he became unemployed The biggest problem with the book I found Bertie sans Jeeves does not work Sure his outlook at life is refreshing and always amusing but it takes a cool character like Jeeves to counterbalance him and create outrageously funny situations I found almost none here In my humble opinion if you discount the initial short stories with the pair the book was the lest funny of the series so far 3 stars is as high as I am going to give Please take a note that for some people the book could appear to have racist undertones as it has several white people blacken their faces to pass for a people of different race To this I can only say Hey if it was OK and good for a modern Canadian Prime Minister it should definitely present no problem for a book written almost 100 years ago Case dismissed

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Thank You JeevesBle father and the eminent loony doctor Sir Roderick Glossop When Chuffy falls in love with Pauline and Bertie seems to be caught in flagrante a situation boils up which only Jeeves whether employed or not can simmer down 910In one of the scaliest threats to his bachelor state our old acuaintance Bertram Wooster is left without the moral support of his dependable gentleman's gentleman Jeeves It all starts with a misunderstanding about a banjolele On one side Bertie is convinced that assiduous practice makes perfect when learning to play his newest toy On the other his neighbours have given him an ultimatum either he or his bajolele must go from his posh London residence Jeeves joins the ranks of the malcontents and hands in his resignationRather than give up his musical pursuits Bertie Wooster stiffs the upper lip releases Jeeves and chooses self exile to the countryside in Chuffnell Regis the residential seat of his old school pal 'Chuffy' the fifth baron Chuffnell of Chuffnell Hall view spoiler and known only to his recent fiancee by his given name Marmaduke hide spoiler