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The Night Club

by Herbert George Jenkins

It follows the adventures of a young man named Jimmy Pitt, who finds himself embroiled in a series of hilarious misadventures when he is mistaken for a member of a high-society club. Written in 1918, "The Night Club" is a timeless classic of comedic literature that has delighted readers for over a century. It is a lighthearted and witty story that explores themes of identity, social status, and the absurdity of human behavior. The book is filled with memorable characters, including the bumbling Jimmy Pitt, the charming and flirtatious Lady Maud, and the comically pompous Lord Dreever. Each character is expertly crafted with vivid descriptions and clever dialogue that bring them to life on the page. Jenkins' writing style is accessible and easy to read, making "The Night Club" an excellent choice for young readers who are just starting to explore the world of classic literature. The book's humor and wit will keep readers engaged from beginning to end, while its themes of self-discovery and acceptance will resonate with readers of all ages. Overall, "The Night Club" is a delightful and entertaining novel that is sure to captivate young readers with its engaging characters and witty humor. It is a timeless classic of comedic literature that remains relevant and enjoyable today, nearly a century after its initial publication.

Book Details

Language

English

Original Language

French

Published In

1918

Author

Herbert George Jenkins was a British writer and the owner of the publishing company Herbert Jenkins Ltd, which published many of P. G. Wodehouse's novels. Jenkins' parents came from Norfolk and, acco...

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