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  • Hardcover
  • UK First Edition, First Printing
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Released January 1, 1954

£95.00

Despite an enormous solo output, P. G Wodehouse often co-operated with other writers, especially in the early stages of his career, exchanging or sharing plots, advising on problems and even writing books and stage-works together. Bring on the Girls is a characteristically mordant account of his work with Guy Bolton in musical comedy, which occupied much of Wodehouse’s energy from his arrival in America and effectively made his reputation. This is a tactful book - there are no shocking revelations - but an extremely amusing one, with vivid portraits of such stars as Gertrude Lawrence and insights into febrile life behind the scenes.

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P. G. Wodehouse

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Guy Bolton

Guy Bolton lives in London. After graduating with a 1st in Film & Literature from Warwick University, he worked in corporate video, music promos and television.

Guy's first novel The Pictures, a detective thriller set in 1930s Hollywood, was shortlisted for a CWA Dagger award and was listed as one of the top 10 crime books of 2017 by the Telegraph, The Times and the Mail on Sunday. The sequel, The Syndicate, was released in 2019 to equally positive reviews.

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