“The Code of the Woosters”, first published in 1938, is the first part of the Totleigh Towers saga by the English author P. G. Wodehouse. In this story Jeeves has to do his best to rescue his young employer Bertram Wooster from the mess in which Bertie had been implicated.
P. G. Wodehouse is widely regarded as the greatest comic author in 20 century. He wrote more than 70 novels and 200 short stories, creating numerous much-loved characters. Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse (1881- 1975) was born in Guildford, Surrey, England. He was one of the most famous and prolific comic novelists in England. He wrote novels, short stories, lyrics, essays, plays for almost 70 years. His best known character is Bertram Wooster with his butler Jeeves. He also has other well known story cycles - “Uncle Fred”, “Blandings Castle”, “Mr. Mulliner”, “The Drownes Club”. His humorous, often hilarious, articles were published in more than 80 magazines, including contributions to “Punch” over a period of sixty years. Wodehouse was knighted shortly before his death in 1975.