The Most of P.G. Wodehouse - The Drones Club Summary & Analysis

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The Drones Club Summary

This collection of short stories set the tone for the collection, establishing that the stories told are exchanged between members of a gentleman's club in turn-of-the-century England in a witty, light-hearted tone about men with foibles that make them both entertaining and lovable. The first such short story is entitled "Fate" and concerns Freddie Widgeon, madly in love, and inspired to good works wherever he goes. His trouble begins when, on helping a person with her luggage while she is simultaneously female, he is discovered in her flat by private detectives who mistake her flat for that of their client Mr. Silvers. The rest of his trouble comes when, in an effort to show Mavis how unappealing the girl is, and so reassure her, Freddie returns to the building and mistakenly lands in the flat of the woman for...

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