Living in his own Wodehouse
Walkin' Around in his Big Shoes
After arriving in New York, Wodehouse could finally begin his career as a writer. His early writing and radio broadcasting were criticized greatly, but this did not discourage young Plum. Wodehouse continued to write and became very successful, writing and publishing 96 books many of which were extremely popular. His writing included the Blandings Castle Stories, the Drones Club Stories, and of course, The Code of the Woosters. He enjoyed the prosperity of being a successful writer and eenyually married Ethel Wayman and had a dog named Wonder. Wodehouse was a lover of life and lived a full life dying at age 93 on February 14, 1975.