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Joy in the morning / P.G. Wodehouse ; illustrated by Paul Cox.

By: Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville), 1881-1975.
Contributor(s): Cox, Paul, 1957- [illustrator] | Folio Society (London, England) [publisher].
Publisher: London : The Folio Society, 2000Edition: 5th printing.Description: 247 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.Subject(s): Jeeves (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Wooster, Bertie (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Humorous stories, EnglishDDC classification: 827 Summary: This book is a Jeeves and Wooster novel. Trapped in rural Steeple Bumpleigh, a man less stalwart than Bertie Wooster would probably give way at the knees. For among those present were Florence Craye, to whom Bertie had once been engaged and her new fiance 'Stilton' Cheesewright, who sees Bertie as a snake in the grass. And that biggest blot on the landscape, Edwin the Boy Scout, who is busy doing acts of kindness out of sheer malevolence. All Bertie's forebodings are fully justified. For in his efforts to oil the wheels of commerce, promote the course of true love and avoid the consequences of a vendetta, he becomes the prey of all and sundry. In fact only Jeeves can save him.
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First published by Herbert Jenkins Ltd in 1947. This edition reprinted in 1996. Fifth printing 2000.

This book is a Jeeves and Wooster novel. Trapped in rural Steeple Bumpleigh, a man less stalwart than Bertie Wooster would probably give way at the knees. For among those present were Florence Craye, to whom Bertie had once been engaged and her new fiance 'Stilton' Cheesewright, who sees Bertie as a snake in the grass. And that biggest blot on the landscape, Edwin the Boy Scout, who is busy doing acts of kindness out of sheer malevolence. All Bertie's forebodings are fully justified. For in his efforts to oil the wheels of commerce, promote the course of true love and avoid the consequences of a vendetta, he becomes the prey of all and sundry. In fact only Jeeves can save him.

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