A Pelican at Blandings (Blandings Castle, Book 11)

A Pelican at Blandings (Blandings Castle, Book 11)

P. G. Wodehouse


together with his overbearing sister, woman Constance, and the ill-tempered Alaric, Duke of Dunstable, approximately to descend upon Blandings fort, Lord Elmsworth calls in his brother, Sir Galahad Threepwood, for ethical aid. but if Dunstable indicates up with a debatable portrait of a nude girl, Blandings erupts in chaos. each eccentric visitor turns out to need the portray, and for extraordinarily assorted reasons—Wilbur Trout since it appears like his ex-wife, and Lord Elmsworth simply because it's a ringer for his puppy pig! How on the planet will Gally kind this mess out?

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