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Woodhouse, Pelham Granville Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse Woodhouse in 1904 Aliases: Henry William-Jones P Brooke-Haven Pelham Grenville Melrose Grainger J Walker Williams CP West Date of birth: October 15 1881 Place of birth: Guildford, Surrey Date of death: February 14, 1975 Place of death: Southampton, New York, USA Citizenship : Great Britain, USA (since 1955) Occupation: writer, journalist, playwright, poet, songwriter Years of creativity: 1902 – 1975 Genre: comedy, romantic comedy, school romance, sports novel Debut: The Pothunters (1902) Sir Pelham Grenville Woodhouse (English Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse; October 15, 1881 – February 14, 1975) – a popular English humorist writer, playwright, comedian. Knight of the Order of the British Empire. Throughout his career, the works of the “king of comedy” Wodehouse enjoyed great success, admired by many celebrities from Kipling to Orwell. Best known for his cycle of novels about the young British aristocrat Bertie Worcester and his resourceful valet Jeeves, as well as the British television series Jeeves and Worcester (1990-1993), based on this cycle, starring the famous comic actors Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. Woodhouse is the author of 15 plays and about 30 musical comedies. He worked with Col Porter on the musical Anything Goes (1934), with Rudolph Friml on the musical The Three Musketeers (1928), regularly collaborated with Jerome Kern and Guy Bolton. Woodhouse is the author of the lyrics for popular songs, in particular those that were included in the musical by Gershwin-Romberg Rosalie (1928) [url = http: //ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%92% D1% 83% D0% B4% D1% 85% D0% B0% D1% 83% D0% B7, _% D0% 9F% D0% B5% D0% BB% D0% B5% D0% BC_% D0% 93% D1% 80% D1% 8D% D0% BD% D0% B2% D0% B8% D0% BB] More [/ url]

Reginald`s Record Knock.

A Damsel in Distress

Petticoat Influence

Psmith Journalist

Jeeves Takes Charge

The Girl on the Boat

The Swoop! or How Clarence Saved England. A Tale of the Great Invasion

Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves

The White Feather

A Man of Means

Signs And Portents, A Cricket Story

Psmith in the City

A Prisoner Of War

Spring Fever

Intrusion of Jimmy

The Politeness of Princes and Other School Stories

Homoeopathic Treatment

Something New

Piccadilly Jim

The Coming of Bill

Not George Washington — an Autobiographical Novel

All About The Income Tax

Mike

The Gold Bat

Mike

A Prefect Uncle

The Clicking of Cuthbert

Piccadilly Jim

The Gem Collector

The fifteenth man

Jill the Reckless

A Prefect`s Uncle

The Adventures of Sally

Three Men and a Maid

The Politeness of Princes

The Inimitable Jeeves

My Man Jeeves

Death at the Excelsior And Other Stories

The Prince and Betty

Death At The Excelsior

Thank You, Jeeves

The Return of Jeeves

Jackson`s Extra

Thank You, Jeeves

A Man of Means

The military invasion of america

William Tell Told Again

The Man Upstairs and Other Stories

William Tell Told Again

The Man With Two Left Feet

The Clicking of Cuthbert

The Swoop

Psmith in the City

Crime And The Courts

Little Nugget

Psmith, Journalist

The Adventures of Sally

A Wodehouse Miscellany

Bertie Changes His Mind

The Pothunters

Tales of St.Austin`s

The Little Nugget

Keeping It From Harold

The Head of Kay`s

Uneasy Money

The Man with Two Left Feet And Other Stories

The Little Warrior

Uneasy Money

Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves

The Gold Bat

Plum Punch: Four Short Tales

Tales of St. Austin`s

Something New

Mike`s Little Brother

The Intrusion of Jimmy

The Prince and Betty

Indiscretions Of Archie

The Inimitable Jeeves

Aunts Aren`t Gentlemen

Love Among the Chickens

Three Men and a Maid

Much Obliged, Jeeves

Much obliged, Jeeves

The Head of Kay`s

The Little Warrior

The Coming of Bill

Indiscretions of Archie

Not George Washington

The White Feather

Six short Stories

Jeeves in the offing

Ladies and gentelmen vs. players

Ladies And Gentlemen v. Players

The Spring Suit

Right Ho, Jeeves

Petticoat Influence : A Football Story

Man Upstairs

Miscellany Articles and Stories

My Man Jeeves

A Benefit Match