The Most of P.G. Wodehouse Topics for Discussion

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Give an example of Wodehouse's using fate as the intervening factor in a character's story.

In what ways does Wodehouse use language to bring humor to his storytelling?

Are the stories Wodehouse tells universally entertaining, or do you think his appeal is limited to any particular demographic (age group, sex, nationality, etc.)?

What moral standards do you think Wodehouse prizes most? What stories or characters best demonstrate his ideals? Explain.

With which characters do you most identify? Why?

Which characters do you think are least believable? Explain.

Re-tell one of Wodehouse's stories in which you eliminate the last-minute twist that saves the day, and use some characteristic of the character that is already there to solve the problem that must be solved.

Wodehouse uses the language of gambling culture in a good number of his stories. Are there times when you don't know what...

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