P. G. Wodehouse

Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, popularly known as P.G. Wodehouse was a British author and is still one of the best known and widely read humorists, who has created unique characters that have become very familiar to his readers and fans – Bertie Wooster and his butler Jeeves, Psmith, Lord Emsworth, to name a few. He has written more than ninety books, two hundred short stories and forty plays, and after World War II he was a broadcaster, which had caused controversy in Britain, which resulted in him moving to USA and never returning to his home country. His books have been adapted into various television shows and movies and he has numerous literary societies dedicated to him all over the world. He was awarded the Knighthood in 1975 and was commemorated with a memorial stone at Westminster Abbey in 2019.

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