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November 18, 1990|Charles Solomon

THE INIMITABLE JEEVES by P.G. Wodehouse (Penguin: $4.95) Typical pandemonium reigns when that regular chappie, unsuccessful arbiter of fashion and upper-class twit, Bertie Wooster, and his unflappably competent valet, Jeeves, are called to assist the scatterbrained Bingo Little in his pursuit of several delightfully improbable ladies, including Honoria Glossop and Charlotte Corday Rowbotham. Jeeves naturally saves the day, sorting out the myriad complications with his singular mixture of unfailing good sense, knowledge of human nature and inside information. "The Inimitable Jeeves" is one of four volumes of Wodehouse's popular comedy of manners that have been dramatized for "Masterpiece Theatre" on PBS.

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