The Custody of the Pumpkin
P. G. Wodehouse
THE CUSTODY OF THE PUMPKIN
P.G. Wodehouse is quite well-known for his portrayal of eccentric, snobbish and socially-parasitic aristocrats in his different chronicles.Lord Emsworth is the main character of the Blandings Castle...
THE CUSTODY OF THE PUMPKIN
By P.G. Wodehouse
Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse: 5 October 1881 (Surrey, England) ~ 14 February 1975 (Southampton, New-York), died of a heart attack English humorist, playwright, and lyricist: novels, short stories, plays, poems, song lyrics and numerous...
Analysis of the Custody od the Pumpkin
The Custody of the Pumpkin falls in the genre of comic fiction. PG Wodehouse is famous for his involved plots where layer upon layer of complications unfold. Here there are only three problems – Freddie’s engagement to Aggie, McAllister’s departure and Lord...
The Custody of the Pumpkin
The Custody of the Pumpkin is a humorous piece written by P.G. Wodehouse that mocks the aristocrats of England in that time. In the story, the main character is Lord Emsworth, who represents the upper class and their eccentric nature. The humorous behavior of Lord Emsworth...
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Custody Of The Pumpkin
1. Who was Lord Emsworth? What was he doing that fateful morning?
Lord Emsworth was the ninth earl of Emsworth and a member of Threepwood Family. He was the owner of the Blanding’s castle. He was forgetful and absent-minded.
Lord Emsworth was not a man of action he just used...
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fall atmosphere on the farm, Sam and his
family started a pumpkin festival about four years after
their first Christmas tree sales. To reflect the addition of
new events, they shortened their farm’s name to Mother
Nature’s Farm. Their pumpkin festival has grown from just
a few thousand dollars to over...
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no. 20 Graham Greene, ‘The Destructors’
no. 27 R.K. Narayan, ‘A Horse and Two Goats’
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The Custody of the pumpkin
Lord Emsworth: done
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