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A Damsel in DistressMaud thinks she's in love with Geoffrey and recruits George (the rich songwriter) to help her get in touch with him as her snooty family consider Geoffrey beneath her. But George falls for Maud from the first time she jumps unannounced into his taxi to escape her irritating brother. But Geoffrey turns out to be an idiot and the snooty family don't object so much to George as at least he's rich. Phew.
by P.G. Wodehouse
Score: 7
Published: 1919
Read: December 15th 2007

Comments


John said

OK I guess, lots of quite funny shenanigans with the servants having a sweepstake, and even a few funny golf references.

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