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The Globe By The Way Book
... Wodehouse and Herbert Westbrook, and the book was published in June 1908 by the Globe Publishing Company, London ... Wodehouse was editor of the By the Way column from 1904 to 1909, and wrote a fictionalised account of his time on the paper, also in collaboration with Westbrook, entitled Not George ... Wodehouse, and their adaptations P ...
Sir John Wodehouse, 4th Baronet
... Sir John Wodehouse, 4th Baronet (23 March 1669 – 6 August 1754) was a British Member of Parliament ... A member of an old Norfolk family, Wodehouse succeeded his grandfather in the baronetcy 6 May 1681 ... Wodehouse married Elizabeth Benson in 1700 ...
Louder And Funnier
... Wodehouse, first published as a book in the United Kingdom on 10 March 1932 by Faber and Faber, London ... During much of this period, Wodehouse was the magazine's drama critic, but he also wrote many other articles, often as many as four in a single month, some under pseudonyms such as ... For the purposes of the book, Wodehouse substantially rewrote the articles, excising some material and adding new material several chapters in the book derive from material in two different ...
Strychnine In The Soup
... Wodehouse ... It also appears in the collections Mulliner Nights and Wodehouse on Crime ... Alderton as Cyril Mulliner and Pauline Collins as Amelia Bassett as part of the Wodehouse Playhouse series of short stories ...
Sir Armine Wodehouse, 5th Baronet
... Sir Armine Wodehouse, 5th Baronet (c ... Wodehouse was the son of Sir John Wodehouse, 4th Baronet, and Mary Fermor ... Wodehouse married Letitia Bacon, daughter of Sir Edmund Bacon, 6th Baronet, in 1738 ...