The Most of P.G. Wodehouse - Lord Emsworth and The Golf Stories Summary & Analysis

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Lord Emsworth and The Golf Stories Summary

The single story in the book dedicated to Lord Emsworth is entitled "Pig-hoo-o-o-o-ey!" and opens with the explanation that the pig's caretaker, George Cyril Wellbeloved, is incarcerated, and that since his absence, the Empress of Blandings (the pig) will no longer eat. Lord Emsworth is dismayed, since her size has exceeded show quality, and it is on that point that he is fretting when his sister, Lady Constance Keeble, enters fretting over the actions of young Angela, their niece, who has refused her fiance in favor of a young man recently returned from America. The two talk past each other for a moment, while Angela frets over the fact that unless Lord Emsworth gives his approval to the new match, she cannot have the money her mother left her for four more years...

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