Author: P. G. Wodehouse,1st World Library
Publisher: 1st World Library - Literary Society (December 1, 2007)
Category: History & Criticism
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SOMETHING NEW. by Pelham Grenville Wodehouse. Anything that comes along. Good gracious, M. arson; here you are in the biggest city in the world, withchances for adventure simply shrieking to you on every side.
SOMETHING NEW. CHAPTER I. The sunshine of a fair Spring morning fell graciously on Londontown. The only thing I have heard shrieking to me onevery side has been Mrs. Bell-for the week's rent. Read the advertisement columns. I'm sure youwill find something sooner or later. Don't get into a groove.
Home P. G. Wodehouse Something Ne. She was one of those hostesses whom a guest never sees exceptwhen he goes into the library and espies the tail of her skirtvanishing through the other door. Wodehouse Something New. Home.
His first glance assured him that the vast fortunes of thephilanthropists, whose acquaintance he had already made in print,were not yet . It is the saddest spectacle in the world-that of the crowdcollected by a Wanted advertisement.
His first glance assured him that the vast fortunes of thephilanthropists, whose acquaintance he had already made in print,were not yet exhausted. Brian MacNeill still dangled his goldbefore the public; so did Angus Bruce; so did Duncan Macfarlaneand Wallace Mackintosh and Donald MacNab. They still had themoney and they still wanted to give it away. They are so palpably notwanted by anyone for any purpose whatsoever; yet every time theygather together with a sort of hopeful hopelessness. P. Wodehouse. In 1939, he bought a villa in Le Touquet on the coast of France. He remained there when World War II started in 1939. The following year, the Germans appropriated the villa, confiscated property, and arrested him. He was detained in various German camps for almost one year before being released in 1941. He went to Berlin and spoke of his experience in five radio talks to be broadcast to America and England. The talks themselves were completely innocuous, but he was charged with treason in England. He was cleared, but settled permanently in the United States.
Finding books BookSee BookSee - Download books for free. Wodehouse - Something New. Wodehouse P G. 419 Kb. 431 Kb. Wodehouse - Spring Fever v1 0. 389 Kb. Wodehouse - Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves v1 0. 307 Kb. The sunshine of a fair Spring morning fell graciously on London town. Out in Piccadilly its heartening warmth seemed to infuse into traffic and pedestrians alike a novel jauntiness, so that bus drivers jested and even the lips of chauffeurs uncurled into not unkindly smiles. Ashe Marson had done so. He had rented the second-floor front of Number Seven. Twenty-six years before this story opens there had been born to Joseph Marson, minister, and Sarah his wife, of Hayling, Massachusetts, in the United States of America, a son.
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