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Thanks so much to Fiction Fan for this excellent study of Tuppy Glossop and his ‘true love’. I find the defendant guilty!

HP

Originally posted on FictionFan's Book Reviews:

A Valentine’s Day Tribute to PG Wodehouse…

right ho jeevesAll dedicated Jeeves followers know that, amidst all the sundered hearts and star-crossed lovers, one thing can be counted on throughout – Tuppy Glossop’s one true love is Aunt Dahlia’s only child, Angela.

Or is she? I beg to put forward another hypothesis for your consideration. My evidence is taken from Right Ho, Jeeves – the book which lets us see the Angela/Tuppy relationship most intimately, and I think when the facts are presented to you, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, you too will draw the conclusion that Tuppy’s heart belongs firmly to Another.

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First let’s look at some of the things that Tuppy says about his supposedly beloved Angela.

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The witness Bertie Wooster tells us…

…they had had their little tiffs, notably on…

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6 Comments

  1. ken Clevenger says:

    The Paul Cox art for the Folio Society edition makes it an open and shut case, Tuppy is a greedy little pig unworthy of Angela’s love. But she, being a Wodehouse woman, knows she can mould him, and he is without a full time Jeeves, so their union is inevitable.

  2. FictionFan says:

    Thanks for the re-blog and glad you enjoyed the post! :)

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