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In "Ukridge" by P. G. Wodehouse, readers are introduced to the lovable and incorrigible character Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge, a charming yet utterly irresponsible man who continually finds himself in ludicrous and exasperating situations.

Filled with Wodehouse's trademark wit and humor, "Ukridge" is a delightful and entertaining read that will have readers laughing out loud at Ukridge's harebrained schemes and misadventures. From get-rich-quick schemes to romantic entanglements, Ukridge's antics are both endearing and exasperating, as he drags everyone around him into his whirlwind of chaos.

Wodehouse's writing is masterful, with vivid descriptions and clever dialogue that bring the characters and the setting to life. The supporting cast of characters, including the long-suffering narrator and Ukridge's long-suffering fiancée, add depth and humor to the story.

Overall, "Ukridge" is a charming and hilarious novel that will appeal to fans of British humor and classic literature. With its quirky characters, clever plot twists, and laugh-out-loud moments, this book is sure to entertain readers from start to finish.

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“Do not count your chickens before they are hatched” is a classic saying that might well have been remembered by Ukridge. Ukridge is always on the verge of making a fortune and counting his thousands before they are made. But Dame Fortune is a fickle jade. She eludes him in his great scheme about the dog college, wherein he was to turn out a world supply of trained dogs, and likewise in his backing of Battling Billson, the tender-hearted pugilist. But hope and George Tupper keep Ukridge going. He is ever ready for the next assault. First published as short stories. - Summary by From the introduction

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