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When this profile first appeared in the pages of THE AMERICAN LEGION WEEKLY, P.G Wodehouse (1904 - 1975) had recently resigned his post as the drama critic for VANITY FAIR in order to realize his ambitions as a novelist and playwright. This article revealed to all Wodehouse's keen interest in American slang and American comic strips.

     



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P.G. Wodehouse: Master of American Slang (American Legion Weekly, 1919)

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