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Piccadilly Jim (Penguin Books) (original 1917; edition 1995)
Piccadilly Jim by P. G. Wodehouse (1917)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0140030395, Paperback)Piccadilly Jim was a gossip columnist's dream. His life was one breach of promise after another drunken brawl. His rather Victorian aunt was not amused. So she decides to reform him. Unfortunately, she happens to choose a time when Jim has fallen in love and has decided he will reform himself. Life becomes complicated. With a beautiful piece of Wodehouse twisted logic, Jim ends up having to pretend he's himself. Whether this is the apex of honesty or the most base example of dishonesty only you can decide. Whatever it is, it's hilarious.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:13 -0400)
This sparkling story of transatlantic manners follows the fortunes of playboy Jimmy Crocker in England and America. When Jimmy falls for a girl in London and vows to reform himself as a result, the quest for love leads him to his Aunt Nesta's house in New York.
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