P.G. Wodehouse's novels, stories, letters and non-fiction give a wonderfully funny gloss on the events of his own life, and his lifetime admirer Barry Day has told his story through his own writings. This is a beautifully produced and illustrated gift book, full of brilliant wordplay and hilarious scenes from Wodehouse's writing, and unified by an entertaining biographical thread. (2000-12-12)
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P.G. Wodehouse's life story, told brilliantly in his own words, and selected and edited by Barry Day. (2000-12-12)About the Author:
A distinguished advertising agent, Barry Day has throughout his life been involved with the theatre and is adviser to the No-l Coward Estate. An Englishman based in New York, he is currently Director of Creative Communications with the Interpublic Group of Companies and a former political media adviser to both Edward Heath and Margaret Thatcher. He has been on the board of the Globe Theatre for many years and has written its official history.
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