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  • In Uneasy Money, Elizabeth does something quite unusual for a Wodehouse protagonist; she explains the overheard, misunderstood conversation. And then kicks Bill out anyway, since she knows there's still enough doubt in both their hearts to wreck any relationship they might have, even though it breaks her heart to do so.
  • You might not have previously thought that clarifying the correct sound that a cuckoo makes would lead to a crowning moment of awesome, but there's Wilmot Mulliner, the Yes-Man protagonist of "The Nodder", proving you wrong when he is faced with the choice between defending the woman he loves or siding with the man who signs his pay checks over a dispute about said bird.


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