Right Ho, Jeeves!

By P. G. Wodehouse

A Marmite writer but if you love him, it’s an affair for life. I re-read a Jeeves or a Blandings PGW every year but this is his masterpiece, and the set piece ‘Prize Giving at Market Snodsbury Grammar School’ is probably the funniest he ever wrote – which is saying something.
~ Susan Hill

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Publish Date: 1934

When, upon his return to London, Bertie finds out that his friend Gussie, a shy teetotaler, is seeking relationship advice from his manservant Jeeves, he is upset and sets out to help him, forbidding Jeeves from giving any further advice. Informed by his Aunt Dahlia that Madeline, the object of Gussie’s affections, will be at Brinkley Court, where he was asked to make a speech, he passes on the duty to Gussie, hoping he will find the courage to propose. However, a series of misunderstandings will require Jeeves’ unique talents to untangle it and ultimately save the day.