My guess would be that it was early in his career as mid-morning is early in the day.
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What is the meaning of 'mid-morning of his career' in the following sentence? Does it mean 'beginning of his career' or something close to that?
"The story is an exemplar – of how so many of Wodehouse’s particular talents were near fullness in this mid-morning of his career, but also of how characters can escape a writer’s initial imagination to find their own, roaring life."
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