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Jeeves, Reginald. Reginald Jeeves was created by P.G. Wodehouse and appeared in dozens of stories and fifteen novels and short story collections, beginning with “Extricating Young Gussie” (The Saturday Evening Post, Sept. 18, 1915).
Jeeves is the dignified, loyal, dry, intelligent, and extremely clever manservant to well-meaning, good-humored upper class ninny Bertie Wooster. On numerous occasions Wooster’s attempts to be clever or make money or simply wear the wrong style or color of cravat or cummerbund land him in trouble, either with the law or with his fearsome Aunt Agatha, and Jeeves is required to rescue Wooster and set things right.
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