Adventures Of Bindle

By: Herbert George Jenkins
Published By: Double9 Books
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"Adventures of Bindle" with the aid of Herbert George Jenkins is a set of humorous and thrilling tales approximately a smart Londoner named Joseph Bindle who receives into problem. The book tells about Bindle's adventures as he deals with the tough town life of the early 1900s. Joseph Bindle is referred to as a "binder" because he's cute and funny. On his adventures, he meets numerous distinct people from all forms of distinct backgrounds. Because Bindle has misplaced his wit and would not observe the rules, he ends up in a number of funny and regularly ridiculous situations that make society and its regulations funny. Herbert George Jenkins, who is acknowledged for being clever and humorous, writes a tale full of silly situations and interesting people. Through Bindle's adventures, Jenkins cleverly makes a social assertion and indicates how people can live in a kind and desirable way. There are plenty of extraordinary types of human beings in London, and the testimonies in "Adventures of Bindle" display their busy and funny lives. It is a classic piece of British funny literature, known for its humorous tales and the well-known draw of its essential character, Joseph Bindle.

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Herbert George Jenkins

Herbert George Jenkins was a British author who lived from 1876 to 1923 and owned the publishing company Herbert Jenkins Ltd., which put out many of P. G. Wodehouse's books. Jenkins' parents were from Norfolk, and his death notice in The Times says he went to Greyfriars College for school. In the beginning, he worked as a reporter. After that, he worked at The Bodley Head for 11 years before starting his own printing house in 1912. He never got married and died in Marylebone, London, on June 8, 1923, after being sick for six months. He was 47 years old. Jenkins opened his own publishing business, Herbert Jenkins Limited, in 1912. With five floors, the building was small and from the 1800s. Its offices were on Duke of York Street, which is just off of Jermyn Street in London. It was a hit from the start because Jenkins had the unique skill (at the time) of being able to adapt to changing public tastes. He also had a good eye for new writers and wasn't put off by manuscripts that had been turned down by other companies. His creative ways of getting the word out about his books included eye-catching ads and dust jackets, as well as a monthly magazine called Wireless that his fans shared widely.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 186Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359957011
  • ISBN-13:9789359957012
  • Item Weight: 279g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 10.5mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Fiction / Humorous