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P G Wodehouse
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Born in Guildford, Surrey
Born on 15th of October 1881
Died on 14th of February 1975

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Born 1881. Died 1975 - English novelist, creator of Bertie Wooster and Jeeves.


Educated at Dulwich College, London. Established reputation with Piccadilly Jim (1917). Captured by Germans during WWII, released but made broadcasts for the Germans. Branded as traitor though his name was cleared, moved to USA in 1955. Wrote over 100 books but best known as the creator of Bertie Wooster and his valet Jeeves.

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