Thank You, Jeeves

Thank You, Jeeves

eBook - 1983
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Bertram Wooster's interminable banjolele playing has driven Jeeves, his otherwise steadfast gentleman's gentleman, to give notice. The foppish aristocrat cannot survive for long without his Shakespeare-quoting and problem-solving valet, however, and after a narrowly escaped forced marriage, a cottage fire, and a great butter theft, the celebrated literary odd couple are happy to return to the way things were.
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, [1983]
Copyright Date: ©1934
ISBN: 9780393346718
Branch Call Number: Downloadable Ebook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: HCPLC OverDrive - Distributor

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Chapel_Hill_MarthaW Dec 27, 2016

If there is a better way to spend the holidays than sitting by a fire reading a Jeeves & Wooster book, then I have not yet discovered it. These are classics for a reason -- this book was published over 80 years ago, and yet I was still laughing out loud on almost every page, causing many strange looks from my family that I was neglecting in favor of reading this hilarious, so-British-it-hurts delight of a novel. Feeling sad about winter? Read Wodehouse.

Sep 17, 2009

Any book that includes a banjolele deserves at least four stars.
Not for the overly sensitive, as it includes some dated language, but utterly hillarious. I read it on the bus and could not keep from laughing out loud.


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