Wodehouse at the Angler"s Rest

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Porpoise Books , Maidenhead, England
Wodehouse, P. G. 1881-1975 -- Dictionaries., Wodehouse, P. G. 1881-1975 -- Characters -- Mulliner family -- Dictionaries., Characters and characteristics in literature -- Dictionaries., Mulliner family (Fictitious characters) -- Dictionaries., Humorous stories, English -- Dictiona
Statementby Tony Ring and Geoffrey Jaggard ; illustrated by Bernard Canavan.
GenreDictionaries.
Series[The millennium Wodehouse concordance ;, v. 2]
ContributionsJaggard, Geoffrey., Canavan, Bernard.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6045.O53 Z459 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 169 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3747719M
ISBN 101870304152
LC Control Number2003428849

Mulliner is an apparently almost permanent resident of the Angler's Rest pub. He regularly regales his fellow imbibers were fantastic tales of the doings of his relatives. The two Buck-U-Uppo stories -- about an extraordinary elixir that revolutionizes the life of Mulliner's mild-mannered cousin Augustine -- and the Honesuckle Cottage story are among the best things that Wodehouse ever by: 1.

P.G. Wodehouse writes British humor at a consistently humorous level. "The World of Mr. Mulliner" provides 42 excellent samples of his short story prowess. Mulliner, sitting the Anglers' Rest and drinking warm scotch and lemon, spins tales of the life-changing adventures of his many relatives/5.

Mulliner Nights book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Mulliner is the genial Scheherazade of the Anglers' Rest, a bu /5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for WODEHOUSE AT ANGLERS' REST (MILLENNIUM WODEHOUSE By Geoffrey Jaggard - Mint at the best online prices at eBay.

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Description. Tony Ring and Geoffrey Jaggard: Wodehouse At The Angler’s Rest (The Millennium Wodehouse Concordance Vol 2 Mulliner) First Edition 1st Impression Published By Porpoise Publishing Chippenham Wiltshire Originally Answered: In P.

Wodehouse's story set in the Anglers Rest, one character regularly drinks "hot whisky and lemon". Was this really a thing in England. Was this really a thing in England. It sounds to me like the “remedies” which people used to (still do?) employ to ameliorate the symptoms of the common cold.

copyright the anglers rest, all right reserved This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Consider, for example, the golf stories and the tales spun by Mr.

Mulliner at the Anglers’ Rest and the character of Monty Bodkin. In my opinion, one of Wodehouse. The stories in this book are of a slightly different conception, being narrated, supposedly, by Mr.

Mulliner while sipping his outlandish cocktails in a bar, and invariably dealing with some near or more distant relative getting into all kind of complicated situations in the United States/5(15).

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* Mr Mulliner-- these are short stories told to unfortunate fellow-guests in the Anglers' Rest pub by Mr Mulliner, and usually involve his many nephews and nieces. Unlike the rest of Wodehouse, they tend to be "tall tales" and aren't necessarily realistic, but arguably they include some of his best verbal flights of fancy.

Reviewer: adlpated - favorite favorite favorite favorite - Decem Subject: Hooray for Wodehouse. Another set of popping good tales as told by Mr. Mulliner at The Anglers Rest.

I cannot imagine how many siblings the old boy has to have so many nephews. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The English writer P.G. Wodehouse is best known for his stories of Bertie Wooster and his valet Jeeves but also invented a pub, The Angler’s Rest, which was the setting for his Mr Mulliner stories. The story ‘The Truth About George’, first published in the Strand in.

Angler's Rest. The Angler's (or Anglers') Rest is the fictional public house frequented by irrepressible raconteur Mr Mulliner.

Actually, P. Wodehouse gives us few details about this public house. At the beginning of each short story of the Mulliner's collection, we find Mr Mulliner sipping his hot Scotch and Lemon in the bar-parlour of the establishment, while his pub companions are drinking their own.

Mr Mulliner, raconteur par excellenceof the Anglers' Rest, has some amazing stories to relate. Take, for example, young Lancelot. He is a bohemian - or was, until he had to look after his saintly uncle's cat Webster, and was startlingly transformed. Then there is Mulliner's brother Wilfred, a whizzo at chemistry, whose 'Magic Marvels' medicine gets him in and out of a dreadful scrape.4/5(2).

Like his fellow Wodehouse character, the Oldest Member, the raconteur Mr. Mulliner can turn any conversation into a "recollection", or funny story.

A habitué of the Angler's Rest pub, his fellow drinkers are identified only by their d by: P. Wodehouse. The Wodehouse short stories Now including short-short stories, humorous essays in story form, and narrative verse P. Wodehouse wrote so much, so well, and for so long that trying to compile a complete listing of his short fiction is a daunting task.

Blandings Castle Main page / Bibliography / Blandings Castle: First published in UK: April 12 by Herbert Jenkins, London First published in US: September 20 by Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York Russian translation.

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A Wodehouse miscellany that takes us from Shropshire to Hollywood. Ring, Tony, The Millennium Wodehouse Concordance Porpoise Books, Maidenhead, – Vol 1 - Wodehouse in the Clubhouse Vol 2 - Wodehouse at the Anglers' Rest Vol 3 - Wodehouse Goes to School Vol 4 - Wodehouse Among the Chickens Vol 5 - Wodehouse at Blandings Castle Vol 6 - Wodehouse in Woostershire Vol 7 - Wodehouse with Old Friends.

The first of three collections of P.G. Wodehouse stories in which Mr Mulliner, of the Angler's Rest, tells the tallest of tales - always, by chance, having the appropriate anecdote for any number of subjects. All about Blandings Castle by P. Wodehouse. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.

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Wodehouse at the Anglers' Rest (Millennium Wodehouse Concordance) Ring, Tony [Editor]; Canavan, Bernard [Illustrator]; Jaggard, Geoffrey [Editor]. Jonathan Cecil reads another nine tales as narrated by the loquacious frequenter of The Anglers Rest, Mr Mulliner.

The Smile that Wins The Story of. Wodehouse uses Mr, Mulliner as his storyteller in these short tales. Mulliner is a patron of the Angler's Rest pub and is always ready to tell his stories to those who will listen. His many relatives find themselves in lots of humorous, sticky situations.

But never fear, everything always works out in the end. In P. Wodehouse's story set in the Anglers Rest, one character regularly drinks "hot whiskey and lemon". Was this really a thing in England What TV comedy series tops the chart for you.

About Careers Privacy Terms Contact. later. Anglers’ Rest (the hosting TWS chapter) does have a few activities planned on the preceding Thursday, Novem for those who arrive early. There are many things you will want to see and do in Seattle.

Second, make your hotel reservations. The convention is at the historic Fairmont Olympic Hotel, University Street, Seattle. at the Anglers’ Rest, where they note that E. Phillips Oppenheim, in his autobiography, tells a story about Wodehouse’s use of a gin and tonic to identify a drinker at a watering hole in the South of France.

One of eight re-issued Wodehouse classics, Meet Mr. Mulliner contains nine short stories narrated by the title character. All but one of the stories are told from the narrator’s perch at Anglers’ Rest tavern. There, Mr. Mulliner spouts stories that center on his family and demonstrate his extraordinary personality.

Through his barfly creation, Mr. Mulliner, Wodehouse dispels the common notion that all tall tales originate in Texas.

In The Angler's Rest, an oh-so-British pub, Mulliner holds court--or, more precisely, he overwhelms the possibility of alternative banter among the regulars/5(3). P.G. Wodehouse was a British author best known for his humorous fiction.

Wodehouse created many fictional characters that would become household names such as Jeeves, Bertie Wooster, and Psmith. Wodehouse was a prolific author who wrote from the time. MULLINER NIGHTS - P. G. Wodehouse. Read by Jonathan Cecil. Mr. Mulliner is the genial Scheherazade of the Anglers' Rest, a bucolic English pub.

.P. G. Wodehouse The heroine here, Jill Mariner, is a young woman from the lower end of the upper class. We follow her through financial disaster, a broken engagement, an awkward stay with some grasping relatives, employment as a chorus girl, and of course, the finding of true love.