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Wodehouse, P. G.

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWodehouse, P. G.P. G. WodehouseWode‧house, P. G. /ˈwʊdhaʊs/  (1881–1975) a British writer who later moved to the US, who wrote many humorous novels about upper-class English people. His best-known stories are about a rich and stupid young man called Bertie wooster, who does not work and spends most of his time visiting other rich people. He depends on his clever servant jeeves to get him out of trouble.
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