Author: P.G. Wodehouse
Title: A Damsel in Distress
Original publication date: 1919
Characters: Earl of Marshmoreton, Lady Patricia Marsh, Lord Belpher, Lady Caroline Byng, Reginald Byng, Geoffrey Raymond, George Bevan,
First words: In as much as the scene of this story is that historic pile, Belpher Castle, in the county of Hampshire, it would be an agreeable task to open it with a leisurely description of the place, followed by
Quotations: Unfortunately, in these days of rush and hurry, a novelist works at a disadvantage. He must leap into the middle of his tale with as little delay as he would employ in boarding a moving tramcar. He must get off the mark with the smooth swiftness of a jack-rabbit surprised while lunching. Otherwise,
Last words: 'Well,' said George to the steamer-trunk, 'and what are you butting in for? Who wants you, I should like to know!'
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