[BOOKS] ✮ The Code of the Woosters Author P.G. Wodehouse – Shiningweb.info

The Code of the Woosters Take Gussie Fink Nottle, Madeline Bassett, Old Pop Bassett, The Unscrupulous Stiffy Byng, The Rev An Th Century Cow Creamer, A Small Brown Leather Covered Notebook And Mix With A Dose Of The Aged Aunt Dahlia And One Has A Dangerous Brew Which Spells Toil And Trouble For Bertie And Jeeves



10 thoughts on “The Code of the Woosters

  1. says:

    A classic piece of Wodehouse silliness, involving Bertie Wooster, his formidable Aunt Dahlia and of course Jeeves in a scheme to steal an 18th century cow creamer during a weekend party at an English country house Written in 1939,


  2. says:

    Review updated on January, 4 2020I mean, imagine how some unfortunate Master Criminal would feel, on coming down to do a murder at the old Grange, if he found that not only was Sherlock Holmes putting in the weekend there, but Hercule


  3. says:

    I think I m pretty safe when I say that Code of the Woosters is generally considered one of, if not the, best when it comes to a Bertie Jeeves book.And for good reason.It Is Hilarious.Wodehouse was really on top of his game when he wrote Co


  4. says:

    No one weaves a plot like Wodehouse Also, if you have a cow creamer, guard it with your life.The 2012 re read Aunt Dahlia dispatches Bertie to Totleigh Towers to purlorn a silver cow creamer coveted by his uncle Tom from Sir Watkyn Basset Unfort


  5. says:

    Gussie Augustus Fink Nottle is getting married, the shy, newt lover, men need silly hobbies, to keep sane to lovely Madeline Bassett, an unlikely pair, daughter of Sir Watkyn Bassett A stern former magistrate, that the unfortunate Bertie, met officia


  6. says:

    Oh my god this is so, so, so funny I was discussing Wodehouse with someone yesterday and, as he put it, There are passages that you want to chase people around the house with, saying, Wait Wait Just listen to this bit Haven t laughed so hard in a good lon


  7. says:

    There may be no better cure for pandemic blues than P.G Wodehouse s incandescently funny prose Reading Jeeves and Wooster is like snorting unicorn dust not only does it energize you and make you feel giggly, but it also gets you kind of horny I mean like growi


  8. says:

    Classic Wodehouse It doesn t get any better than thisactually it doesn t get much different than this either Perhaps that s not entirely fair For me at least, The Code of the Woosters contains some of my favorite scenes and some of Wodehouse s most memorable charac


  9. says:

    We must say to ourselves What would Napoleon have done He was the boy in a crisis He knew his onions Long have I resisted the fatal charm of P.G Wodehouse My previous forays into his oeuvre have been lacklustre That was until, of course, The Code of the Woosters and I c


  10. says:

    I m always shocked to find that hardly anyone in these United States has ever heard of or read the works of Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse most indians who read english stumble upon his works sooner or laterso, I dare say, than the english themselves.I ve always maintained t


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