- Sunset at Blandings
"Sunset at Blandings" is an unfinished
novelby P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdomon November 17 1977by Chatto & Windus, Londonand in the United Stateson September 7 1978by Simon & Schuster, Inc., New York. The book was republished by Penguin Books in 1990, and again, in a "revised and amended edition" in 2000. This last edition was revised and updated by N.T.P. Murphy and Tony Ring, and featured a foreword by Douglas Adams.
Wodehouse was still working on the book when he died in 1975; the published version was edited by
Richard Usborne, and includes Wodehouse's notes on the ending of the story.
The story is, as the poignant name suggests, another tale set at
Blandings Castle, filled as ever with romance and imposters. Galahad Threepwooduses his charm and wit to ensure his brother Clarence continues to lead a quiet and peaceful life.
*cite book | author=Wodehouse, P.G. | editor=Notes and Appendices by Richard Usborne, Revised and Updated by N.T.P. Murphy and Tony Ring. | others=Foreword by
Douglas Adams| title=Sunset at Blandings | publisher=Penguin Books | year=2000 | id=ISBN 0-14-028465-6
* [http://wodehouse.ru/98.htm The Russian Wodehouse Society's page] , with a list of characters
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