London, South Kensington
1 June 2009
WODEHOUSE, Sir Pelham Grenville (1881-1975). Typescript signed ('P.G. Wodehouse') of a short story, 'Bertie Changes His Mind', a neat, uncorrected copy, 19 pages, 4to.
'I has happened so frequently in the past few years that young fellows starting in my profession have come to me for a word of advice ...': the only Jeeves and Wooster told in Jeeves's voice. The story was collected in Carry on, Jeeves (1925).
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