William Tell Told Again

William Tell Told Again

"William Tell Told Again" is a retelling of the William Tell legend in prose, verse and illustrations. First published on November 11 1904 by Adam & Charles Black, London, the main, prose element was written by P. G. Wodehouse, in typical Wodehousian style, while the 16 colour illustrations were by Philip Dadd and the accompanying verses by John W. Houghton.

External links

* [http://wodehouse.ru/05.htm The Russian Wodehouse Society's page] , with photos of book covers
* [http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/7298 Free eBook of "William Tell Told Again"] at Project Gutenberg


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