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P. G. Wodehouse Writing Styles in Life with Jeeves

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Point of View

The point of view for all three books and for each chapter within them is that of Bertram Wooster, speaking to the reader in the first person or, occasionally, as a spokesman for the Wooster family. These monologues are interspersed with dialog between the characters, notable between Bertie Wooster and his valet Jeeves. Important characters such as the Aunts Dahlia and Agatha speak their own words, but the reader is informed of their thoughts and emotions only from the content of the dialog, or Bertie Wooster's observations and his personal interpretation of their speech.

The innermost thoughts and opinions of the character Jeeves are only available to the reader through inference from what he says or does. There is one important exception to this in "The Pride of the Woosters is Wounded". Here Wooster is allowed to overhear Jeeves instructing a replacement valet and giving a...

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