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Comparing “Jeeves” & “Marlow” Writing Styles

P.G. Wodehouse’s “Jeeves” stories and Raymond Chandler’s “Marlow” stories are two works of fiction that are often contrasted for their distinct writing styles. Wodehouse’s “Jeeves” stories are known for their witty, light-hearted humour and use of sophisticated language. In contrast, Chandler’s “Marlow” stories are characterized by their hard-boiled detective style, with a focus on crime and violence in a rough, urban environment.

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