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P. G. Wodehouse
Reconvene with Psmith as he takes on the Big Apple as no one else can, managing a newspaper, battling with gangs, and confronting slum lords. While his friend Mike Jackson tours the U.S.A. playing cricket for Cambridge, Psmith befriends Billy Windsor, the sub-editor of the homely paper, Cosy Moments. Appalled by the political corruption and poverty of New York, Psmith and Billy turn Cosy Moments into a voice as “the guardians of the People’s rights.”
“I am Psmith,” said the old Etonian reverently. “There is a preliminary P before the name. This, however, is silent. Like the tomb.”
The gangs and various beneficiaries of the crooked system are not thrilled about this journalistic development. But Psmith is not daunted. The cry goes round, “Cosy Moments cannot be muzzled!”
Sir Pelham Grenville (P. G.) Wodehouse (1881–1975) was an English author and playwright and one of the premier humorists of the twentieth century. His inimitable prose, in the words of Evelyn Waugh, “has made a world for us to live in and delight in.” Wodehouse’s hundreds of written works include the masterful Jeeves & Wooster and Blandings Castle stories.