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Wooster Sauce has now been indexed. Just click here and you have access to an alphabetical list of every WS article published since it was born in 1997.
For those who may have seen two dates for the February 2016 Society Meeting in the latest Wooster Sauce, the 20th is a mistake. The meeting, which promises to be yet another riotous occasion, takes place on February 10th. Go to our Future Events page now for more details, plus some other dates for your diary.
Read here how a couple of humourists got the last laugh at our AGM.
Psmith in Pseattle
Click here to read all about the larks that Wodehouse fans from all over the globe got up to at the creatively-
Paul Kent's latest quiz taxes brains at the Savoy Tup (click here for a report)
To celebrate its quatercentenary (400th anniversary) Dulwich College is publishing a series of books concerned with, and inspired by, Alleynians. The first in the series is Wodehouse’s School Days. Wodehouse was at Dulwich from 1894 to 1900. His school novels and tales included his first published book, The Pothunters (1902), and the more ambitious Mike (1909), and in all seven were set in a scarcely modified Dulwich College. They restore a lost world of rich comedy, wit and wisdom about schools and growing up, conceived out of love for his old school. The book includes copious material from the Dulwich College Archives, as well as over twenty original illustrations from the school novels and tales. The author, Dr Jan Piggott, FSA, was formerly Head of English and Keeper of the Archives at Dulwich College.
The book will cost £20, and is available from June 18th (email email@example.com for details).
Norman Murphy’s latest book, The P. G. Wodehouse Miscellany, was published on February 2 and is available in bookstores and online; eg. here. The Amazon review says: “... behind all the brilliant metaphors that make us laugh out loud, there is a surprising background of reality. Wodehouse didn’t create his stories from scratch; he used real settings and exaggerated the characteristics of people he knew. This book follows the development and progress of his legendary characters, and tells us where Wodehouse got his ideas from. It is a must for all fans.”
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Welcome to the website of The PG Wodehouse Society (UK). PG Wodehouse is widely regarded as the greatest comic author of the 20th century. Hilaire Belloc, no less, called him ‘the head of my profession’. This high respect from his peers, past and present, is principally for his supreme command of the English language.
Wodehouse wrote more than 70 novels and 200 short stories, creating numerous much-
The Society celebrates the life and works of this multi-
We hope you will find everything you need on the pages of this website, which includes:
● a membership application form (click here), should you wish to join this flourishing society of around a thousand members;
● answers to questions about Plum, his life, his books;
and much more.
Take your time, linger a while, and you may discover something completely unexpected. We hope you will visit us regularly, so till next time, in the words of Bertram Wooster Esq. – pip, pip.
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Plum in his library at his Long Island home, with many of his books behind him; and using his cherished Royal Electric typewriter
The Society is extremely sad to hear that its President, Sir Terry Wogan, died on 31 January 2016. Our sympathies are extended to his family.
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