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P. G. Wodehouse, transatlantic romances in fiction, and the Anglo-American relationship
Finn Pollard

dividing his time physically between the two nations, a process connected to the London theatre of the time. This chapter will achieve two things. First, it places Wodehouse’s fictional representation of Anglo-American relations in the context of other contemporary cultural engagements, showing how he borrowed and challenged these alternative approaches. Second, it evaluates the significance of Wodehouse’s imagining, practicing, and advocating for closer Anglo-American relationships in these years, relationships that he saw in largely positive terms. His career and

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