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A Pelican at Blandings

Blandings

by P. G. Wodehouse
Martin Jarvis

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Galahad is writing his memoirs, but will he upset all of his high-society friends in the process?

The setting is the glorious Blandings castle, where Galahad Threepwood is trying to write his memoirs, which may well upset a few of his friends, whose youthful indiscretions he plans on exposing. A host of colourful and relatively ridiculous characters make this a farcical lot of joyful nonsense which gets funnier as the plot progresses, encompassing hidden love affairs, pig stealing, exclamations galore and 'trouble in paradise' as it were...masterfully read by Martin Jarvis, a life-long fan of the genius of Wodehouse.


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Publisher: CSA Word
Edition: Abridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781907416484
  • File size: 151582 KB
  • Release date: August 28, 2007
  • Duration: 05:15:26

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781907416484
  • File size: 151582 KB
  • Release date: August 28, 2007
  • Duration: 05:15:26
  • Number of parts: 4


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9 of 10 copies available

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Galahad is writing his memoirs, but will he upset all of his high-society friends in the process?

The setting is the glorious Blandings castle, where Galahad Threepwood is trying to write his memoirs, which may well upset a few of his friends, whose youthful indiscretions he plans on exposing. A host of colourful and relatively ridiculous characters make this a farcical lot of joyful nonsense which gets funnier as the plot progresses, encompassing hidden love affairs, pig stealing, exclamations galore and 'trouble in paradise' as it were...masterfully read by Martin Jarvis, a life-long fan of the genius of Wodehouse.


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