Sir P. G. Wodehouse

Standard Name: Wodehouse, Sir P. G.


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Friends, Associates Theodora Benson
TB enjoyed a wide circle of friends both literary and non-literary. The former included Rose Macaulay and Howard Spring . She met her future collaborator Betty Askwith (daughter of an old friend of her mother's)...
Intertextuality and Influence Liz Lochhead
LL 's contributions included a parody of the country song Stand by Your Man (And if you love him / Be proud of him / 'Cause after all he's Jist a Man)
Lochhead, Liz. True Confessions and New Clichés. Polygon Books.
Intertextuality and Influence Penelope Shuttle
At fourteen PS wrote a full-length comedy science fiction novel, in which, she said, P. G. Wodehouse meets Ray Bradbury .
Steffens, Daneet. “Penelope Shuttle”. Mslexia, No. 33, pp. 46-8.
Intertextuality and Influence J. K. Rowling
Robert Galbraith has his own website, which details his military background and his work first for the military police and then in private security. He says his flamboyant, unusual mother came from Cornwall and went...
Textual Production Mary Angela Dickens
MAD wrote frequently for The Windsor Magazine, interviewing authors for it at the turn of the century. In a study of the magazine's issues of the early 1910s, Robert Scholes argues that the presence...
Textual Production Dorothy Richardson
In her correspondence Richardson addresses a great range of topics, including her own varied reading. She comments on women writers from Julian of Norwich through Jane Austen , Emily and Charlotte Brontë , George Eliot


1917: Humourist P. G. Wodehouse published The Man...

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Humourist P. G. Wodehouse published The Man With Two Left Feet, a volume of stories containing the debut of his famous young upper-class twit Bertie Wooster and his gentleman's gentleman, Jeeves.

1965: Barrie and Rockliff publishers (formerly...

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Barrie and Rockliff publishers (formerly James Barrie imprint) bought out both Herbert Jenkins Limited , publisher of P. G. Wodehouse , and Hammond, Hammond , publishers of Radclyffe Hall .


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