Bertie Wooster Sees It Through
A Bertie and Jeeves classic, featuring novelist Florence Craye, a pearl necklace, and The Mystery of the Pink Crayfish.Bertie is in a genuine fix. Not only does Jeeves disapprove most strongly of Bertie's new mustache, but also, and more disturbingly, "Stilton" Cheesewright is in a jealous rage... show more
A Bertie and Jeeves classic, featuring novelist Florence Craye, a pearl necklace, and The Mystery of the Pink Crayfish.Bertie is in a genuine fix. Not only does Jeeves disapprove most strongly of Bertie's new mustache, but also, and more disturbingly, "Stilton" Cheesewright is in a jealous rage and threatens to tear him limb from limb. In Bertie Wooster Sees It Through, more than ever, Bertie needs the wisdom of the peerless Jeeves to extricate him from this perilous situation. Will Jeeves rally to the cause and rescue his employer once again?
Publish date: November 1st 2000
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, 20th Century
Series: Jeeves 3 (#11)
Not my favorite in the series (that would be [b:Right Ho, Jeeves|9850375|Right Ho, Jeeves (Jeeves, #6)|P.G. Wodehouse|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1302047500s/9850375.jpg|2168123] and/or [b:Carry on, Jeeves|16387|Carry on, Jeeves (Jeeves, #3)|P.G. Wodehouse|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1358970388s...
There's not much funnier than Aunt Dahlia on one of her rants. I love, love, love these Jeeves and Wooster stories!
Is anyone better at farce than P.G. Wodehouse? I've looked high and low, but have found no one. This time out, Bertie Wooster finds himself once more in peril of engagement to Florence Craye, in fear of his life from Stilton Cheesewright, and in danger of seeing his only worthy aunt lose a busi...
Another one that draws the guffaws from a disgruntled girl. :) The greatest complaint I can make about these books relates to their titles: the notion of Jeeves' "feudal spirit" is referenced in other works, so it doesn't really help to distinguish this novel from the others. It might better have be...