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2007-01-08 08:27 pm (UTC)
Re: more admiration
Sorry for the unforgivably long delay in replying.
It is hard to say what Jeeves education would have involved; he could easily be entirely self-educated. And yes, grammar school is also a good option. Thinking about it, my vision of Jeeves as a public school boy is down to Stephen Fry, who is so *obviously* a public school boy in so many ways.
"Bertie would say Scotch rather than Bourbon" - Gah, of course he would! *facepalm* I can't believe I missed such an obvious thing. Thank you for pointing it out! *g*
I'm a slow writer, and I'm not working on any Jeeves & Wooster at the moment, so unfortunately it may be a long wait. Sorry.
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