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Very Good, Jeeves

Very Good, Jeeves© 1930 P.G. Wodehouse304 pages This past Saturday I had a very happy surprise. Taking a break from a day of  sacking my closet, wardrobe, and bookcases to donate to charity and get me closer to my simple-living … Continue reading

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Love Among the Chickens

Love Among the Chickens© 1906 P.G. Wodehouse150 pages “He’s a very young gentlemen, sir,” said Mrs. Medley, in vague defense of her top room.“And it’s highly improbable,” said Garnet, “that he will ever grow old, if he repeats his last … Continue reading

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Right Ho, Jeeves!

Right Ho, Jeeves© 1934 P.G. Wodehouse284 pages What ho, readers all!  What better way to start off a new month than a Wodehouse story, featuring our favorite lovable idiot Bertie Wooster and his impeccable valet, Jeeves?   Unlike previous laughs with … Continue reading

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Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves

Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves© 1963 P.G. Wodehouse227 pages As had so often happened before, I felt that my only course was to place myself in the hands of a higher power. “Sir?” [Jeeves] said, manifesting himself. Bertie Wooster has two … Continue reading

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My Man Jeeves

My Man Jeeves© 1919 P.G. Wodehouse132 pages “There’s only one thing to do,” I said. “What’s that?” “Leave it to Jeeves.” What ho, readers all!   My Man Jeeves renews my acquaintance with young Bertie Wooster, exemplar of the aristocracy … Continue reading

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Bachelors Anonymous

Bachelors Anonymous© 1973 P.G. Wodehouse191 pages “It is never agreeable for a man who is engaged to one girl and has just proposed to another to find himself in the company of both of them.” Ivor Llewellyn and his lawyer … Continue reading

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The Inimitable Jeeves

The Inimitable Jeeves© 1923 P.G. Wodehouse225 pages Bertie Wooster is something of an imbecile, but his preference for the quiet life would keep him out of trouble were it not for the fact that his relations and idiot friends are … Continue reading

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