|Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit (1954) [Novel]|
by P.G. Wodehouse
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Series: Jeeves and Wooster
(From the publisher):
It was Bertie Wooster's opinion that his new moustache would do something for him. It was Jeeves' opinion that it did indeed do something for him. Something unmentionable. A certain coolness between them was bound to result. Against this stormy, Wuthering Heights sort of background a giant drama begins to unfold, involving, among other things, Bertie's possession of a stolen necklace, and the soul-shattering prospect of a trip to the marriage altar. The imperturbable Jeeves rallies to the cause and preempts the part usually reserved for the United States Marines, thus aiding Bertie, who gets himself out of more than one complication in his feckless life.
Original title: Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Humor