P G Wodehouse
Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse KBE (15 October 1881 – 14 February 1975) was an English author, playwright, screenwriter and lyricist, 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-loved characters - the inimitable Jeeves and Wooster, Lord Emsworth and his beloved Empress of Blandings, Mr Mulliner, Uncle Fred, Ukridge, and Psmith. His humorous articles were published in more than 80 magazines, including Punch, over six decades. He was also a highly successful musical lyricist, collaborating with Jerome Kern, Guy Bolton, George Gershwin, Cole Porter and others.
- By Jeeves (2014) (Prompt Corner) - adapted by Alan Ayckbourn from the novels of P G Wodehouse; lyrics by Alan Ayckbourn, music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
- Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense by The Goodale Brothers from the works of P G Wodehouse
- Wodehouse on Wikipedia
- Wodehouse bibliography - novels, short story collections, plays, musicals, films, autobiographies etc.
- The Everyman's Library collected edition of all the novels and stories
- The P G Wodehouse Society (UK)