From his debut at the turn of the last century, he published over 100 books, written or taken part in the production of sixteen plays, about 300 Operetta and musical songs (28 musicals) and other verses and been involved in scripts for six movies during his time in Hollywood. In total, he wrote over 300 short stories, many of which were published in book form. In addition, a variety of articles and stories. Welcome to our pages and come back often.
Pelham Grenville Wodehouse was born on October 15, 1881, in Guildford, Surrey. "Plum" as P.G. Wodehouse soon became known, died on February 14, 1975, in Southampton, Long Island, N.Y., with a unfinished novel, Sunset at Blandings, in the typewriter.Read more
Wodehouse wrote two main series of stories. One is about Bertie Woosters life and adventures and his valet, the inimitable Jeeves. (Please note that Jeeves is a valet, not servant, or worse, butler, a common error when Jeeves is mentioned in ....Read more
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Wodehouseklubben founded in 1984 and was converted later to WodehouseSällskapet. The number of members varies between 200 and 250, of which 15 do not speak Swedish. The association aims to promote the dissemination of general knowledge about the P G Wodehouse.Read more
For many years of exemplary efforts by the society deeply appreciated magazine JEEVES, and for its strong commitment to the work of the Board and…
Dear Society Members! Society of Western Chapter Goats invite to the meeting in Gothenburg, 9 September at 17. Snooker is on…
The society's aim is to stimulate interest in P G Wodehouse through an informative website and Yearbook Jeeves. In addition to the annual meeting with entertainment, usually towards the end of the month of March, we also arrange an annual autumn dinner, also with entertainment, and sometimes additional gatherings.
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