Definition of P. g. wodehouse
1. Noun. English writer known for his humorous novels and stories (1881-1975).
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Lexicographical Neighbors of P. G. Wodehouse
P. G. Wodehouse
P. P. von Mauser
P. T. Barnum
Literary usage of P. g. wodehouse
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1. The Standard Index of Short Stories, 1900-1914 by Francis James Hannigan (1918)
"PG Wodehouse. McClure 43: 54 Ag '14 Brother Fox follows the fashion. JC Harris. Col:13 Ag 13 '04 Brother in arms. GS Richmond. ..."
2. Arethusa by Francis Marion Crawford (1907)
"By PG Wodehouse. 4713. The Country of the Blind, and Other Stories By HG Wells. 4712. ... By PG Wodehouse. 4709. Thus Far. By JC Snaith. 4708. ..."
3. The Annual Library Index edited by William Isaac Fletcher, Helen Elizabeth Haines (1911)
"Man that might have been. The. (R. Hughes) Hampton, 24: 389-400 (Mrio). Man up-stairs, The, (PG Wodehouse) Cosmopol. 48: 424~32(Mrio). ..."
4. The Dramatic Index for ...: Covering Articles and Illustrations Concerning edited by Anne C. Sutherland, Frederick Winthrop Faxon, Mary Estella Bates (1918)
"Herbert, J. Kern, G. Bolton und PG Wodehouse. ... Miss Springtime, musical comedy by K. Kaiman, G. Bolton, PG Wodehouse and II. ..."
5. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"Ind 84:436 П 13 '15 Lont as a sanitary season. 11 Lit Digest 52: 1145-6 Ap 22 '16 '16 Fatal kink in Algernon: story. PG Wodehouse. Rre nina Diet Fat. ..."