P. G. Wodehouse

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Noun1.P. G. Wodehouse - English writer known for his humorous novels and stories (1881-1975)
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1881: Novelist PG Wodehouse, pictured, creator of Jeeves and Wooster, was born in Guildford, Surrey.
He would never presume to take such a liberty." 1881: Novelist PG Wodehouse, creator of Jeeves and Wooster, was born in Guildford, Surrey.
1881: Novelist PG Wodehouse creator of Jeeves and Wooster, was born in Guildford, Surrey.
The career of author PG Wodehouse could have been so very different if he'd stuck to his original job as a banker.
Alink between the world of writer PG Wodehouse and the life of fashion designer Alexander McQueen, right, would seem unlikely.
The annual Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize, awarded for a book considered to best capture the comic spirit of PG Wodehouse, has announced two winners this year, the first time in the history of the prize that it has been split between two authors, Paul Murray and Hannah Rothschild, the BBC reported on Wednesday.
FASCINATING insight into Bertie Wooster author PG Wodehouse in today's Mercury - a man who went to his grave stained by allegations he was a Nazi sympathiser.
There's a certain star-spotting sense of excitement to seeing an actor as well-known as Peepshow's Robert Webb take oa lead role in this adaptation of PG Wodehouse's comedy.
So there was nothing for it but to reach for my favourite cure in all times of physical and mental suffering, namely PG Wodehouse's Jeeves & Wooster stories.
This reworking of some of PG Wodehouse's early works into a new play by the Goodale Brothers did not instantly grab attention.
But I have to take others' opinions into consideration, and the play, an adaptation of PG Wodehouse's The Code of the hit the spot for many.
Into this world of ghosting success arrives Sebastian Faulks with PG Wodehouse's bumbling Bertram Wooster and his dry- witted valet Jeeves in Jeeves and the Wedding Bells .