PG Wodehouse Audio Books A Damsel in Distress Mp3 The Little Nugget DVD

PG Wodehouse Audio Books A Damsel in Distress Mp3 The Little Nugget DVD

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Who is PG Wodehouse?

Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse KBE  was an English author and one of the most widely read humorists of the 20th century. Born in Guildford, the son of a British magistrate based in Hong Kong, Wodehouse spent happy teenage years at Dulwich College, to which he remained devoted all his life. After leaving school he was employed by a bank but disliked the work and turned to writing in his spare time. His early novels were mostly school stories, but he later switched to comic fiction, creating several regular characters who became familiar to the public over the years. They include the feather-brained Bertie Wooster and his sagacious valet, Jeeves; the immaculate and loquacious Psmith; Lord Emsworth and the Blandings Castle set; the Oldest Member, with stories about golf; and Mr Mulliner, with tall tales on subjects ranging from bibulous bishops to megalomaniac movie moguls.

MP3  Audio on DVD:

Short Stories and Poems

A Sea of Troubles

Aspects of Game Captaincy

The New Advertising

When Papa Swore in Hindustani

At the Nets, from Mike

Bill the Bloodhound

Concealed Art

Extricating Young Gussie

The Mixer

Wilton’s Holiday

Leave it to Jeeves

One Touch of Nature

Pillingshot, Detective

Pots o’ Money

The Clicking of Cuthbert

The Gourmet’s Love-Song

The Heel of Achilles

The Pessimist

The Tabby Terror

Novels

The Adventures of Sally

This romantic comedy stars a young American girl named Sally, who inherits a considerable fortune and finds her life turned upside down. The typically Wodehouseian cast includes Sally’s ambitious brother, an assortment of theater people, a pair of English cousins, and, of course, an Uncle. It’s jolly good fun!

01 Sally Gives a Party Kara Shallenberg

00:39:06

02 Enter Ginger Kara Shallenberg

00:51:34

03 The Dignified Mr. Carmyle Kara Shallenberg

00:27:22

04 Ginger in a Dangerous Mood Kara Shallenberg

00:09:50

05 Sally Hears News Kara Shallenberg

00:17:24

06 First Aid for Fillmore Kara Shallenberg

00:47:40

07 Some Meditations on Success Kara Shallenberg

00:06:26

08 Reappearance of Mr. Carmyle – and Ginger Kara Shallenberg

00:24:16

09 Ginger Becomes a Right-Hand Man Kara Shallenberg

00:16:46

10 Sally in the Shadows Kara Shallenberg

00:44:47

11 Sally Runs Away Kara Shallenberg

00:17:23

12 Some Letters for Ginger Kara Shallenberg

00:18:56

13 Strange Behaviour of a Sparring-Partner Kara Shallenberg

00:43:15

14 Mr. Abrahams Re-Engages an Old Employee Kara Shallenberg

00:45:18

15 Uncle Donald Speaks His Mind Kara Shallenberg

00:11:58

16 At the Flower Garden Kara Shallenberg

00:43:28

17 Sally Lays a Ghost Kara Shallenberg

00:27:28

18 Journey’s End Kara Shallenberg

00:10:16

The Clicking of Cuthbert

Join the Oldest Member…whether you like it or not…and be carried on a magic carpet ride through the world of golf, love, and…aunts…as seen through the eyes of the creator of Jeeves and Wooster and Blandings Castle, the inimitable Pelham 

00 FORE! Jonathan Burchard

00:03:28

01 The Clicking of Cuthbert Jonathan Burchard

00:33:22

02 A Woman is Only a Woman Rosie

00:36:30

03 A Mixed Threesome Cascades

00:35:02

04 Sundered Hearts Zloot

00:37:28

05 The Salvation of George Mackintosh Mimi Wang

00:32:44

06 Ordeal by Golf garymacf

00:39:41

07 The Long Hole Cascades

00:31:58

08 The Heel of Achilles Michael Wolf

00:33:54

09 The Rough Stuff Michael Wolf

00:45:18

10 The Coming of Gowf Michael Wolf

00:38:29

The Coming of Bill (or: Their Mutual Child; or: The White Hope)

The Coming of Bill tells the story of Kirk Winfield, his marriage to Ruth, and their child called Bill. Bill’s upbringing is threatened by the interference of Ruth’s busybody writer aunt, Mrs Lora Delane Porter 

01 – Book 1, Ch. 1: A Pawn of Fate Don W. Jenkins

00:25:24

02 – Book 1, Ch. 2: Ruth States Her Intention Don W. Jenkins

00:17:52

03 – Book 1, Ch. 3: The Mates Meet Don W. Jenkins

00:15:56

04 – Book 1, Ch. 4: Troubled Waters Don W. Jenkins

00:24:12

05 – Book 1, Ch. 5: Wherein Opposites Agree Don W. Jenkins

00:25:30

06 – Book 1, Ch. 6: Breaking the News Don W. Jenkins

00:15:59

07 – Book 1, Ch. 7: Sufficient Unto Themselves Don W. Jenkins

00:27:04

08 – Book 1, Ch. 8: Suspense Don W. Jenkins

00:16:54

09 – Book 1, Ch. 9: The White Hope Is Turned Down Don W. Jenkins

00:20:10

10 – Book 1, Ch. 10: An Interlude of Peace Don W. Jenkins

00:11:05

11 – Book 1, Ch. 11: Stung to Action Don W. Jenkins

00:13:06

12 12 – Book 1, Ch. 12: A Climax Don W. Jenkins

00:12:53

13 – Book 2, Ch. 1: Empty-Handed Don W. Jenkins

00:16:19

14 – Book 2, Ch. 2: An Unknown Path Don W. Jenkins

00:26:05

15 – Book 2, Ch. 3: The Misadventure of Steve Don W. Jenkins

00:19:33

16 – Book 2, Ch. 4: The Widening Gap Don W. Jenkins

00:15:50

17 – Book 2, Ch. 5: The Real Thing Don W. Jenkins

00:13:06

18 – Book 2, Ch. 6: The Outcasts Don W. Jenkins

00:19:41

19 – Book 2, Ch. 7: Cutting the Tangled Knot Don W. Jenkins

00:35:29

20 – Book 2, Ch. 8: Steve to the Rescue Don W. Jenkins

00:08:17

21 – Book 2, Ch. 9: At One in the Morning Don W. Jenkins

00:16:26

22 – Book 2, Ch. 10: Accepting the Gifts of the Gods Don W. Jenkins

00:14:32

23 – Book 2, Ch. 11: Mr. Penway on the Grill Don W. Jenkins

00:18:52

24 – Book 2, Ch. 12: Dolls with Souls Don W. Jenkins

00:20:06

25 – Book 2, Ch. 13: Pastures Anew Don W. Jenkins

00:11:40

26 – Book 2, Ch. 14: The Sixty-First Street Cyclone Don W. Jenkins

00:16:11

27 – Book 2, Ch. 15: Mrs. Porter’s Waterloo Don W. Jenkins

00:16:28

28 – Book 2, Ch. 16: The White-Hope Link Don W. Jenkins

00:05:17

A Damsel in Distress

A Damsel in Distress is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the U.S. on October 4, 1919 by George H. Doran, New York, and in the U.K. by Herbert Jenkins, London, on October 17 1919. It had previously been serialised in The Saturday Evening Post, between May and June that year.

Golf-loving American composer George Bevan falls in love with a mysterious young lady who takes refuge in his taxicab one day; when he tracks her down to a romantic rural manor, mistaken identity leads to all manner of brouhaha.

Chapter 1 Yazpistachio

00:29:24

Chapter 2 Madame Tusk

00:20:03

Chapter 3 Yazpistachio

00:16:30

Chapter 4 Madame Tusk

00:14:46

Chapter 5 Yazpistachio

00:12:53

Chapter 6 Madame Tusk

00:26:04

Chapter 7 Yazpistachio

00:20:04

Chapter 8 Madame Tusk

00:13:02

Chapter 9 Yazpistachio

00:17:26

Chapter 10 Madame Tusk

00:11:03

Chapter 11 Yazpistachio

00:15:41

Chapter 12 Madame Tusk

00:08:28

Chapter 13 Yazpistachio

00:16:29

Chapter 14 Madame Tusk

00:16:30

Chapter 15 Yazpistachio

00:29:24

Chapter 16 Madame Tusk

00:20:40

Chapter 17 Yazpistachio

00:11:11

Chapter 18 Madame Tusk

00:11:08

Chapter 19 Yazpistachio

00:15:18

Chapter 20 Madame Tusk

00:14:06

Chapter 21 Yazpistachio

00:27:36

Chapter 22 Madame Tusk

00:15:14

Chapter 23 Yazpistachio

00:19:12

Chapter 24 Madame Tusk

00:13:06

Chapter 25 Yazpistachio

00:07:13

Chapter 26 Madame Tusk

00:19:32

27 Damsel In Distress, A Yazpistachio

00:09:02

The Girl on the Boat

Also published as “Three Men and a Maid”. The maid of the title is red-haired, dog-loving Wilhelmina “Billie” Bennet, and the three men are Bream Mortimer, a long-time friend and admirer of Billie, Eustace Hignett, a lily-livered poet who is engaged to Billie at the opening of the tale, and Sam Marlowe, Eustace’s dashing cousin, who falls for Billie at first sight. All four find themselves on an ocean liner headed for England together, along with a capable young woman called Jane Hubbard who is smitten with Eustace, and typically Wodehousian romantic shenanigans ensue

01 A Disturbing Morning Kara Shallenberg

00:23:20

02 Gallant Rescue by Well-Dressed Young Man, part 1 Kara Shallenberg

00:21:02

03 Gallant Rescue by Well-Dressed Young Man, part 2 Kara Shallenberg

00:23:07

04 Sam Paves the Way Kara Shallenberg

00:19:02

05 Sam Clicks, part 1 Kara Shallenberg

00:19:36

06 Sam Clicks, part 2 Kara Shallenberg

00:15:36

07 Persecution of Eustace Kara Shallenberg

00:11:51

08 Scene at a Ship’s Concert Kara Shallenberg

00:09:55

09 Sundered Hearts Kara Shallenberg

00:20:57

10 Sir Mallaby Offers a Suggestion Kara Shallenberg

00:25:00

11 Rough Work at a Dinner Table Kara Shallenberg

00:22:03

12 Trouble at Windles Kara Shallenberg

00:28:43

13 Mr. Bennett Has a Bad Night Kara Shallenberg

00:18:32

14 The Lurid Past of John Peters Kara Shallenberg

00:19:02

15 Shocks All Round Kara Shallenberg

00:13:22

16 Strong Remarks by a Father Kara Shallenberg

00:13:31

17 Drama at a Country House Kara Shallenberg

00:22:26

18 Webster, Friend in Need Kara Shallenberg

00:21:19

19 A Crowded Night, part 1 Kara Shallenberg

00:24:44

20 A Crowded Night, part 2 Kara Shallenberg

00:22:45

21 A Crowded Night, part 3 Kara Shallenberg

00:17:31

22 A Crowded Night, part 4 Kara Shallenberg

00:18:38

Indiscretions of Archie

It wasn’t Archie’s fault really. It’s true he went to America and fell in love with Lucille, the daughter of a millionaire hotel proprietor and if he did marry her–well, what else was there to do?

From his point of view, the whole thing was a thoroughly good egg; but Mr. Brewster, his father-in-law, thought differently, Archie had neither money nor occupation, which was distasteful in the eyes of the industrious Mr. Brewster; but the real bar was the fact that he had once adversely criticized one of his hotels.

Archie does his best to heal the breach; but, being something of an ass, genus priceless, he finds it almost beyond his powers to placate “the man-eating fish” whom Providence has given him as a father-in-law. 

01 Distressing Scene in a Hotel 7:15 Mark Nelson

00:07:15

02 A Shock for Mr. Brewster 10:45 Mark Nelson

00:10:45

03 Mr. Brewster Delivers Sentence 13:10 Mark Nelson

00:13:10

04 Work Wanted 8:13 Mark Nelson

00:08:13

05 Strange Experience of an Artist’s Model 19:28 Mark Nelson

00:19:28

06 The Bomb 23:44 Mark Nelson

00:23:44

07 Mr. Roscoe Sherriff Has an Idea 23:12 Mark Nelson

00:23:12

08 A Disturbed Night for Dear Old Squiffy 24:30 Mark Nelson

00:24:30

09 A Letter From Parker 21:29 Mark Nelson

00:21:29

10 Doing Father a Bit of Good 27:03 Mark Nelson

00:27:03

11 Salvatore Chooses the Wrong Moment 14:09 Mark Nelson

00:14:09

12 Bright Eyes – And a Fly 24:03 Mark Nelson

00:24:03

13 13 Rallying Round Percy 27:50 Mark Nelson

00:27:50

14 14 The Sad Case of Looney Biddle 23:26 Mark Nelson

00:23:26

15 15 Summer Storms 31:04 Mark Nelson

00:31:04

16 16 Archie Accepts a Situation 16:27 Mark Nelson

00:16:27

17 17 Brother Bill’s Romance 12:11 Mark Nelson

00:12:11

18 18 The Sausage Chappie 20:35 Mark Nelson

00:20:35

19 19 Reggie Comes To Life 37:29 Mark Nelson

00:37:34

20 20 The Sausage Chappie Clicks 19:32 Mark Nelson

00:19:32

21 21 The Growing Boy 28:10 Mark Nelson

00:28:10

22 22 Washy Steps Into the Hall of Fame 24:40 Mark Nelson

00:24:40

23 23 Mother’s Knee 22:20 Mark Nelson

00:22:20

24 The Melting of Mr. Connolly 22:37 Mark Nelson

00:22:37

25 The Wigmore Venus 24:26 Mark Nelson

00:24:48

26 A Tale of a Grandfather 20:22 Mark Nelson

00:20:22

The Intrusion of Jimmy

The action begins with boy bachelor Jimmy Pitt in New York; having fallen in love on a transatlantic liner, he befriends a small-time burglar and breaks into a police captain’s house as a result of a bet. The cast of characters head to England, and from there on it is a typically Wodehousian romantic farce, set at the stately Dreever Castle, overflowing with imposters, detectives, crooks, scheming lovers and conniving aunts.

01 Part 1 Mark Nelson

00:40:16

02 Part 2 Mark Nelson

00:34:17

03 Part 3 Mark Nelson

00:42:51

04 Part 4 Mark Nelson

00:52:46

05 Part 5 Mark Nelson

00:49:07

06 Part 6 Mark Nelson

00:55:28

07 Part 7 Mark Nelson

00:42:15

08 Part 8 Mark Nelson

00:58:11

09 Part 9 Mark Nelson

00:50:17

10 Part 10 Mark Nelson

00:37:49

Jill the Reckless

Jill had money, Jill was engaged to be married to Sir Derek Underhill. Suddenly Jill becomes penniless, and she is no longer engaged. With a smile, in which there is just a tinge of recklessness, she refuses to be beaten and turns to face the world. Instead she went to New York and became a member of the chorus of “The Rose of America,” and Mr. Wodehouse is enabled to lift the curtain of the musical comedy world.

There is laughter and drama in _Jill the Reckless_, and the action never flags from the moment that Freddie Rooke confesses that he has had a hectic night, down to the point where Wally says briefly “Let ’em,” which is page 313. The heroine here, Jill Mariner, is a young woman from the lower end of the upper class. We follow her through financial disaster, a broken engagement, an awkward stay with some grasping relatives, employment as a chorus girl, and of course, the finding of true love. Other characters include wealthy Drone Freddie Rooke and writer Wally Mason, her childhood friends; her financially inept uncle Major Christopher Selby; her fiancée at the beginning of the book, the M.P Derek Underhill, and his domineering mother, Lady Underhill; Jill’s unpleasant relatives, Elmer and Julia Mariner; more Drones Club members, various chorus girls, composers and other theatrical types, and, of course, miscellaneous servants

01 The Family Curse Don W. Jenkins

00:50:26

02 The First Night at the Leicester Don W. Jenkins

00:24:40

03 Jill and the Unknown Escape Don W. Jenkins

00:12:51

04 The Last of the Rookes Takes a Hand Don W. Jenkins

00:35:16

05 Lady Underhill Receives a Shock Don W. Jenkins

00:31:14

06 Uncle Chris Bangs the Table Don W. Jenkins

00:48:22

07 Jill Catches the 10.10 Don W. Jenkins

00:29:43

08 The Dry–Salters Wing Derek Don W. Jenkins

00:25:31

09 Jill in Search of an Uncle Don W. Jenkins

00:20:48

10 Jill Ignores Authority Don W. Jenkins

00:21:25

11 Mr. Pilkington’s Love Light Don W. Jenkins

00:35:20

12 Uncle Chris Borrows a Flat Don W. Jenkins

00:27:33

13 The Ambassador Arrives Don W. Jenkins

00:27:16

14 Mr. Goble Makes the Big Noise Don W. Jenkins

00:52:27

15 Jill Explains Don W. Jenkins

00:23:40

16 Mr. Goble s with Fate Don W. Jenkins

00:43:47

17 The Cost of a Row Don W. Jenkins

00:17:08

18 Jill Receives Notice Don W. Jenkins

00:36:33

19 Mrs. Peagrim Burns Incense Don W. Jenkins

00:18:04

20 Derek Loses One Bird and Secures Another Don W. Jenkins

00:42:33

21 Wally Mason Learns a New Exercise Don W. Jenkins

00:11:15

The Little Nugget

Mrs Nesta Ford, in her London hotel room, reveals to her new friend Lord Mountry that she hopes to take her son Ogden on a yachting trip proposed by Mountry, despite her ex-husband having won custody of the boy. As Mountry leaves, Cynthia Drassilis arrives with Ogden, whom she has led away from his father’s country house. Mrs Ford rewards Cynthia, but soon Mr Ford’s secretary, a Mr Minnick, arrives to recover the stolen child. Cynthia tries to bribe his colleague, Mrs Sheridan, but to no avail, as she believes Nesta’s influence has spoiled the boy. After they have gone, Nesta reveals to Cynthia Ogden’s past as the ‘Little Nugget’, and the repeated attempts to kidnap him made by US gangsters. Nesta wishes to call in professional help, but Cynthia persuades her she can still do it, with the help of her new fiancé, a wealthy man called Peter Burns, who she suggests can take up a post at Ogden’s new school, posing as a trainee schoolmaster. 

01 – Part 1 Mark Nelson

00:51:13

02 – Part 2 Chapter 01 Mark Nelson

00:51:56

03 -Part 2 Chapter 02 Mark Nelson

00:26:23

04 – Part 2 Chapter 03 Mark Nelson

00:15:29

05 – Part 2 Chapter 04 Mark Nelson

00:21:01

06 – Part 2 Chapter 05 Mark Nelson

00:14:18

07 – Part 2 Chapter 06 Mark Nelson

00:16:38

08 – Part 2 Chapter 07 Mark Nelson

00:12:42

09 – Part 2 Chapter 08 Mark Nelson

00:54:13

10 – Part 2 Chapter 09 Mark Nelson

00:31:59

11 – Part 2 Chapter 10 Mark Nelson

00:20:05

12 – Part 2 Chapter 11 Mark Nelson

00:09:04

13 – Part 2 Chapter 12 Mark Nelson

00:29:55

14 – Part 2 Chapter 13 Mark Nelson

00:13:06

15 – Part 2 Chapter 14 Mark Nelson

00:34:39

16 – Part 2 Chapter 15 Mark Nelson

00:35:33

17 – Part 2 Chapter 16 Mark Nelson

00:16:24

18 – Part 2 Chapter 17 Mark Nelson

00:17:34

19 – Part 2 Chapter 18 Mark Nelson

00:11:10

Love Among the Chickens

Jeremy Garnet, a second-rate novelist, gets talked into joining his old pal Stanley Featheringstonehaugh Ukridge in an insane plan to start a chicken ranch. Garnet should bail out on his crazy friend, but he falls in love with one of Ukridge’s neighbors, Phyllis. Soon he is up to his neck in sick chickens, bad debts, a hostile future father-in-law, a sinister plot, and dirty golf. It all gets a bit thick, what?

01 A Letter With a Postscript Mark Nelson

00:07:36

02 Mr. and Mrs. S.F. Ukridge Mark Nelson

00:16:31

03 Waterloo Station, Some Fellow-Travellers, and a Girl with Brown Hair Mark Nelson

00:13:52

04 The Arrival Mark Nelson

00:15:23

05 Buckling To Mark Nelson

00:13:45

06 Mr. Garnet’s Narrative – Has to do with a Reunion Mark Nelson

00:13:34

07 The Entente Cordiale is Sealed Mark Nelson

00:15:33

08 A Little Dinner at Ukridge’s Mark Nelson

00:17:25

09 Dies Irea Mark Nelson

00:11:40

10 I Enlist the Services of a Minion Mark Nelson

00:20:09

11 The Brave Preserver Mark Nelson

00:14:18

12 Some Emotion and Yellow Lupin Mark Nelson

00:16:11

13 Tea and Tennis Mark Nelson

00:15:09

14 A Council of War Mark Nelson

00:18:43

15 The Arrival of Nemesis Mark Nelson

00:17:39

16 A Chance Meeting Mark Nelson

00:15:27

17 Of A Sentimental Nature Mark Nelson

00:10:29

18 Ukridge Gives Me Advice Mark Nelson

00:21:04

19 Asking Papa Mark Nelson

00:15:24

20 Scientific Golf Mark Nelson

00:20:10

21 The Calm Before the Storm Mark Nelson

00:11:18

22 The Storm Breaks Mark Nelson

00:20:46

23 After the Storm Mark Nelson

00:14:20

A Man of Means

A Man of Means is a collection of six short stories written in collaboration by P. G. Wodehouse and C. H. Bovill. The stories all star Roland Bleke, a nondescript young man to whom financial success comes through a series of “lucky” chances, the first from a win in a sweepstake he had forgotten entering. Roland, like many a timid young man seeks love and marriage. In this pursuit his wealth is regularly a mixed blessing. The plot of each story follows its predecessor, sometimes directly, and occasionally refer back to past events in Bleke’s meteoric career. The writing style is crisp and droll, and shows much of the skill and polish of the later Wodehouse. The disasters that befall the hapless Bleke are entertainingly recounted and his unforeseen rescues surprise and delight. In the character of the butler, Mr Teal, we meet an early draft of the ingenious Jeeves. The stories first appeared in the United Kingdom in The Strand in 1914, and in the United States in Pictorial Review in 1916. 

01      The Episode of the Landlady’s Daughter Tim Bulkeley

00:24:33

02 The Episode of the Financial Napoleon Tim Bulkeley

00:27:57

03 The Episode of the Theatrical Venture Tim Bulkeley

00:32:50

04 The Episode of the Live Weekly Tim Bulkeley

00:36:34

05 The Diverting Episode of the Exiled Monarch Tim Bulkeley

00:28:39

06 The Episode of the Hired Past Tim Bulkeley

00:28:07

The Man with Two Left Feet, and Other Stories

is a collection of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on March 8, 1917 by Methuen & Co., London, and in the United States in 1933 by A.L. Burt and Co., New York. All the stories had previously appeared in periodicals, usually the Strand in the UK and the Red Book magazine or the Saturday Evening Post in the US. It is a fairly miscellaneous collection — most of the stories concern relationships, sports and household pets, and do not feature any of Wodehouse’s regular characters; one, however, “Extricating Young Gussie”, is notable for the first appearance in print of two of Wodehouse’s best-known characters, Jeeves and his master Bertie Wooster (although Bertie’s surname isn’t given and Jeeves’s role is very small), and Bertie’s fearsome Aunt Agatha. 

01 – Bill the Bloodhound Michael Yard

00:45:26

02 – Extricating Young Gussie Michael Yard

00:52:00

03 – Wilton’s Holiday Michael Yard

00:36:18

04 – The Mixer: 1. He Meets a Shy Gentleman Michael Yard

00:38:35

05 – The Mixer: 2. He Moves in Society Michael Yard

00:36:33

06 – Crowned Heads Michael Yard

00:41:13

07 – At Geisenheimers Michael Yard

00:42:39

08 – The Making of Mac’s Michael Yard

00:38:51

09 – One Touch of Nature Michael Yard

00:31:58

10 – Black for Luck Michael Yard

00:44:44

11 – The Romance of an Ugly Policeman Michael Yard

00:39:44

12 – A Sea of Troubles Michael Yard

00:34:34

13 – The Man with Two Left Feet Michael Yard

00:52:03

Mike: A Public School Story

This novel introduces the characters Mike Jackson and Psmith, who are featured in several of Wodehouse’s later works. It shows how the two characters first met each other as teenagers at boarding school. As Psmith doesn’t appear until about halfway through this book, it was later released as two separate books, Mike at Wrykyn and Mike and Psmith. There’s lots of cricket, but you don’t need to understand the game to enjoy the antics of these public school boys as they “rag” each other and the authorities.

01 – Ch. 01 Mike, Ch. 02 The Journey Down, Ch. 03 Mike Finds A Friendly Native Debra Lynn

00:33:14

02 – Ch. 04 At The Nets, Ch. 05 Revelry By Night, Ch. 06 In Which A Tight Corner Is Evaded Debra Lynn

00:33:09

03 – Ch. 07 In Which Mike Is Discussed, Ch. 08 A Row With The Town Debra Lynn

00:24:27

04 – Ch. 09 Before The Storm, Ch. 10 The Great Picnic, Ch. 11 The Conclusion Of The Picnic Debra Lynn

00:31:27

05 – Ch. 12 Mike Gets His Chance, Ch. 13 The M.C.C. Match, Ch. 14 A Slight Imbroglio Debra Lynn

00:36:30

06 – Ch. 15 Mike Creates A Vacancy, Ch. 16 An Expert Examination, Ch. 17 Another Vacancy Debra Lynn

00:33:12

07 – Ch. 18 Bob Has News To Impart, Ch. 19 Mike Goes To Sleep Again, Ch. 20 The Team Is Filled Up Debra Lynn

00:31:30

08 – Ch. 21 Marjory The Frank, Ch. 22 Wyatt Is Reminded Of An Engagement, Ch. 23 A Surprise For Mr. Appleby Debra Lynn

00:30:35

09 – Ch. 24 Caught, Ch. 25 Marching Orders, Ch. 26 The Aftermath Debra Lynn

00:26:30

10 – Ch. 27 The Ripton Match, Ch. 28 Mike Wins Home Debra Lynn

00:35:59

11 – 29 Wyatt Again, Ch. 30 Mr. Jackson Makes Up His Mind, Ch. 31 Sedleigh Debra Lynn

00:25:44

12 – Ch. 32 Psmith, Ch. 33 Staking Out A Claim, Ch. 34 Guerilla Warfare Debra Lynn

00:33:31

13 – Ch. 35 Unpleasantness In The Small Hours, Ch. 36 Adair, Ch. 37 Mike Finds Occupation Debra Lynn

00:34:45

14 – Ch. 38 The Fire Brigade Meeting, Ch. 39 Achilles Leaves His Tent Debra Lynn

00:22:51

15 – Ch. 40 The Match With Downing’s, Ch. 41 The Singular Behaviour Of Jellicoe, Ch. 42 Jellicoe Goes On The Sick-List Debra Lynn

00:35:04

16 – Ch. 43 Mike Receives A Commission, Ch. 44 And Fulfils It, Ch. 45 Pursuit Debra Lynn

00:32:53

17 – Ch. 46 The Decoration Of Sammy, Ch. 47 Mr. Downing On The Scent, Ch. 48 The Sleuth-Hound Debra Lynn

00:28:56

18 – Ch. 49 A Check, Ch. 50 The Destroyer Of Evidence, Ch. 51 Mainly About Boots Debra Lynn

00:36:51

19 – Ch. 52 On The Trail Again, Ch. 53 The Kettle Method, Ch. 54 Adair Has A Word With Mike Debra Lynn

00:26:49

20 – Ch. 55 Clearing The Air, Ch. 56 In Which Peace Is Declared, Ch. 57 Mr. Downing Moves Debra Lynn

00:34:19

58 The Artist Claims His Work, Ch. 59 Sedleigh V. Wrykyn Debra Lynn

00:26:41

My Man Jeeves

Bertram Wooster is an English gentleman living in New York, who seems to get himself into all sorts of jams. It’s up to his manservant Jeeves to come up with the plan to save the day from unpleasant houseguests, stingy uncles, broken hearts, and hard-partying aunts.

01      Leave It To Jeeves Mark Nelson

00:43:13

02 Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest Mark Nelson

00:43:15

03 Jeeves and the Hard Boiled Egg Mark Nelson

00:42:21

04 Absent Treatment Mark Nelson

00:30:17

05 Helping Freddie Mark Nelson

00:31:57

06 Rallying Round Old George Mark Nelson

00:34:50

07 Doing Clarence a Bit of Good Mark Nelson

00:31:55

08 The Aunt and the Sluggard Mark Nelson

00:55:03

Not George Washington

It has been said that behind every successful man is a good woman. This is certainly true in the case of James Orlebar Cloyster. However, some funny things happened on his road to success. His story is humorously told from the point of view of several parties involved.

According to Wikipedia, the book is a humorous, fictionalized account of Wodehouse’s early years as a journalist, with Wodehouse being portrayed by the character of Cloyster

Part 1 Chapter 1 James Arrives Debra Lynn

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Part 1 Chapter 2 James Sets Out Debra Lynn

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Part 1 Chapter 3 A Harmless Deception Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 01 The Invasion Of Bohemia Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 02 I Evacuate Bohemia Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 03 The Orb Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 04 Julian Eversleigh Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 05 The Column Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 06 New Year’s Eve Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 07 I Meet Mr. Thomas Blake Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 08 I Meet The Rev. John Hatton Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 09 Julian Learns My Secret Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 10 Tom Blake Again Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 11 Julian’s Idea Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 12 The First Ghost Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 13 The Second Ghost Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 14 The Third Ghost Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 15 Eva Eversleigh Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 16 I Tell Julian Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 17 A Ghostly Gathering Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 18 One In The Eye Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 19 In The Soup Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 20 Norah Wins Home Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 21 The Transposition Of Sentiment Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 22 A Chat With James Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 23 In A Hansom Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 24 A Rift In The Clouds Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 25 Briggs To The Rescue Debra Lynn

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Part 2 Chapter 26 My Triumph Debra Lynn

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Piccadilly Jim

A young red-head plots to kidnap her irritating cousin with the help of a former boxer, her uncle, and a rogue who has his eye on her. Things don’t work out exactly as planned, as criminals, detectives and cases of mistaken identity all get in the way. 

01 A Red-Haired Girl zinniz

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02 The Exiled Fan zinniz

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03 Family Jars zinniz

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04 Jimmy’s Disturbing News garymacf

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05 The Morning After garymacf

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06 Jimmy Abandons Piccadilly garymacf

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07 On the Boat-Deck garymacf

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08 Painful Scene in a Cafe garymacf

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09 Mrs. Pett is Shocked garymacf

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10 Instruction in Deportment garymacf

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11 Jimmy Decides to be Himself garymacf

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12 Jimmy Catches the Boss’s Eye garymacf

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13 Slight Complications garymacf

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14 Lord Wisbeach garymacf

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15 A Little Business Chat garymacf

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16 Mrs. Pett Takes Precautions garymacf

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17 Miss Trimble, Detective garymacf

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18 The Voice From the Past garymacf

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19 Between Father and Son garymacf

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20 Celestine Imparts Information garymacf

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21 Chicago Ed. garymacf

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22 In the Library garymacf

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23 Stirring Times for the Petts garymacf

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24 Sensational Turning of a Worm garymacf

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25 Nearly Everybody Happy garymacf

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26 Everybody Happy garymacf

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The Prince and Betty

The Prince and Betty is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse. It was originally published in Ainslee’s Magazine in the United States in January 1912, and, in a slightly different form, as a serial in Strand Magazine in the United Kingdom between February and April 1912, before being published in book form, in the UK only, by Mills & Boon, London, on 1 May that year. A substantially different version, which incorporated the plot of Psmith, Journalist, was published in the US by W. J. Watt, New York on 14 February 1912, and is the only version now widely available. (This is the version presented here.) The story tells of how unscrupulous millionaire Benjamin Scobell decides to build a casino on the small Mediterranean island of Mervo, dragging in the unwitting heir to the throne to help. Little does he know that his stepdaughter Betty has history with the young man John Maude, and his schemes lead to a rift between the newly-reunited pair

Chapter 01, The Cable from Mervo Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 02, Mervo and Its Owner Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 03, John Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 04, Vive le Roi Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 05, Mr. Scobell Has Another Idea Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 06, Young Adam Cupid Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 07, Mr. Scobell Is Frank Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 08, An Ultimatum from the Throne Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 09, Mervo Changes Its Constitution Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 10, Mrs. Oakley Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 11, A Letter of Introduction Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 12, “Peaceful Moments” Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 13, Betty Makes a Friend Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 14, A Change of Policy Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 15, The Honeyed Word Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 16, Two Visitors to the Office Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 17, The Man at the Astor Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 18, The Highfield Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 19, The First Battle Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 20, Betty at Large Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 21, Changes in the Staff Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 22, A Gathering of Cat Specialists Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 23, The Retirement of Smith Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 24, The Campaign Quickens Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 25, Cornered Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 26, Journey’s End Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 27, A Lemon Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 28, The Final Attempt Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 29, A Representative Gathering Don W. Jenkins

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Chapter 30, Conclusion Don W. Jenkins

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Psmith in the City

Mike’s dream of studying and ing cricket at Cambridge are thwarted as his father runs into financial difficulties. Instead, Mike takes on the job of clerk at the “New Asiatic Bank.” Luckily, school friend Psmith, with his boundless optimism and original views, soon joins his department, and together they endeavour to make the best of their new life in London.

Chapters 1-3 Kristen McQuillin

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Chapters 4-6 Neal Foley

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Chapters 7-9 Kara Shallenberg

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Chapters 10-12 Chris Goringe

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Chapter 13 Aaron Andrade

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Chapter 14 Aaron Andrade

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Chapter 15 Aaron Andrade

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Chapters 16-18 Luke Venediger

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Chapters 19-21 Eileen aka e

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Chapters 22-24 Chris Goringe

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Chapters 25-27 Kara Shallenberg

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Chapter 28 miette

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Chapter 29 miette

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Chapter 30 miette

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Psmith, Journalist

Psmith takes over editing a paper while the usual editor is away on vacation. He takes on a local slum lord, and divers alarums ensue. 

01 Cosy Moments Psuke Bariah

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02 Billy Windsor Psuke Bariah

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03 At “The Gardenia” Psuke Bariah

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04 Bat Jarvis Psuke Bariah

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05 Planning Improvements Psuke Bariah

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06 The Tenements Psuke Bariah

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07 Visitors at the Office Psuke Bariah

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08 The Honeyed Word Psuke Bariah

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09 Full Steam Ahead Psuke Bariah

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10 Going Some Psuke Bariah

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11 The Man at the Astor Psuke Bariah

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12 A Red Taximeter Psuke Bariah

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13 Reviewing the Situation Psuke Bariah

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14 The Highfield Psuke Bariah

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15 An Addition to the Staff Psuke Bariah

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16 The First Battle Psuke Bariah

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17 Guerilla Warfare Psuke Bariah

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18 An Episode by the way Psuke Bariah

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19 In Pleasant Street Psuke Bariah

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20 Cornered Psuke Bariah

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21 The Battle of Pleasant Street Psuke Bariah

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22 Concerning Mr. Waring Psuke Bariah

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23 Reductions in the Staff Psuke Bariah

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24 A Gathering of Cat-Specialists Psuke Bariah

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25 Trapped Psuke Bariah

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26 A Friend in Need Psuke Bariah

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27 Psmith Concludes His Ride Psuke Bariah

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28 Standing Room Only Psuke Bariah

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29 The Knock-Out for Mr. Waring and Conclusion Psuke Bariah

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Right Ho, Jeeves

Bertram Wooster’s manservant, Jeeves, is renown for his ability to apply his keen intellect to solve all problems domestic, and Bertie’s friends and relatives flock to him for his counsel. But Wooster, jealous of Jeeves’s fame, decides to step in and take over as the fixer of his pal’s engagement, his aunt’s gambling debts and old school-mate’s desire to propose marriage. How far will Bertie sink them all in the soup? Will Jeeves come to the rescue? “Right Ho, Jeeves” features of course Bertie and Jeeves as well as Gussie Fink-Nottle, Tuppie Glossop, Aunt Dahlia and Anatole the high-strung French chef in this P.G. Wodehouse farce of England’s upper crust. 

Chapter 01 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 02 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 03 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 04 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 05 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 06 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 07 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 08 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 09 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 10 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 11 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 12 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 13 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 14 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 15 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 16 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 17 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 18 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 19 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 20 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 21 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 22 Mark Nelson

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Chapter 23 Mark Nelson

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Selected Short Stories.

A miscellaneous collection of short stories, not featuring any of Wodehouse’s regular characters, most concern love and romance and, being Wodehouse, all are amusing

01 – The Man Upstairs Mike Harris

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02 – Something to Worry About Mike Harris

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03 – Deep Waters Mike Harris

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04 – When Doctors Disagree Mike Harris

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05 – By Advice of Counsel Mike Harris

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06 – Rough-Hew Them How We Will Mike Harris

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07 – The Man Who Disliked Cats Mike Harris

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08 – Ruth in Exile Mike Harris

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09 – Archibald’s Benefit Mike Harris

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10 – The Man, The Maid, And The Miasma Mike Harris

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11 – The Good Angel Mike Harris

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Something New

When the absent-minded Earl of Emsworth wanders off with the pride of his scarab collection, American millionaire J. Preston Peters is willing to pay $5000 to the person who can get it back for him. Discretion is necessary since Peters’ daughter is engaged to Emsworth’s son. Joan Valentine and Ashe Marson both decide to go after the reward—she as Aline Peter’s ladies maid, and he as Mr. Peter’s valet—and they all end up at Blandings Castle. But is it possible for anyone to steal back the scarab with The Efficient Baxter ever vigilant? This is, IMHO, one of Wodehouse’s funniest novels.

Chapter 01 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 02 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 03a Debra Lynn

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Chapter 03b Debra Lynn

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Chapter 04 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 05a Debra Lynn

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Chapter 05b Debra Lynn

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Chapter 05c Debra Lynn

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Chapter 06 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 07 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 08 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 09 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 10 Debra Lynn

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Chapter 11a Debra Lynn

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Chapter 11b & Chapter 12 Debra Lynn

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The Swoop!

The Swoop! tells of the simultaneous invasion of England by several armies — “England was not merely beneath the heel of the invader. It was beneath the heels of nine invaders. There was barely standing-room.” (ch. 1) — and features references to many well-known figures of the day, among them the politician Herbert Gladstone, novelist Edgar Wallace, actor-managers Seymour Hicks and George Edwardes, and boxer Bob Fitzsimmons.

01 1-01 An English Boy’s Home Kristin Hughes

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02 1-02 The Invaders Kristin Hughes

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03 1-03 England’s Peril Kristin Hughes

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04 1-04 What England Thought of It Kristin Hughes

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05 1-05-06 – The Germans Reach London and The Bombardment of London Kristin Hughes

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06 1-07 – A Conference of the Powers Kristin Hughes

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07 2-01 – In the Boy Scouts’ Camp Kristin Hughes

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08 2-02 – An Important Engagement Kristin Hughes

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09 2-03 – A Bird’s-Eye View of the Situation Kristin Hughes

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10 2-04 – Clarence Hears Important News Kristin Hughes

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11 2-05 – Seeds of Discord Kristin Hughes

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12 2-06 – The Bomb-Shell Kristin Hughes

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13 2-07 – The Bird Kristin Hughes

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14 2-08 – The Meeting at the Scotch Stores Kristin Hughes

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15 2-09 – The Great Battle Kristin Hughes

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16 2-10 – The Triumph of England Kristin Hughes

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17 2-11 – Clarence — The Last Phase Kristin Hughes

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Three Men and a Maid

This book with two titles, Three Men and a Maid in the USA and The Girl on the Boat in the UK is a typical PG Wodehouse romantic comedy, involving, at various times: a disastrous talent quest, a lawyer with a revolver, a bulldog with a mind of his own and a suit of armour!

The maid, or marriageable young woman, of the American title is red-haired, dog-loving Wilhelmina “Billie” Bennet. The three men are Bream Mortimer, a long-time friend and admirer of Billie, Eustace Hignett, a poet of sensitive disposition who is engaged to Billie at the opening of the tale, and Sam Marlowe, Eustace’s would-be-dashing cousin, who falls for Billie at first sight. All four find themselves on an ocean liner headed for England together (hence the British title), along with an elephant-gun-wielding young woman called Jane Hubbard who is smitten with Eustace the poet. Typically Wodehousian romantic shenanigans ensue. Even Estace’s redoubtable mother (a Theosophist author and public speaker) fails to quell the excitement.

01 Chapter 01 Tim Bulkeley

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02 Chapter 02 Tim Bulkeley

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03 Chapter 03 Tim Bulkeley

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04 Chapter 04 Tim Bulkeley

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05 Chapter 05 Tim Bulkeley

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06 Chapter 06 Tim Bulkeley

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07 Chapter 07 Tim Bulkeley

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08 Chapter 08 Tim Bulkeley

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09 Chapter 09 Tim Bulkeley

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10 Chapter 10 Tim Bulkeley

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11 Chapter 11 Tim Bulkeley

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12 Chapter 12 Tim Bulkeley

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13 Chapter 13 Tim Bulkeley

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14 Chapter 14 Tim Bulkeley

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15 Chapter 15 Tim Bulkeley

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16 Chapter 16 – Part 1 Tim Bulkeley

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17 Chapter 16 – Part 2 Tim Bulkeley

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18 Chapter 16 – Part 3 Tim Bulkeley

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19 Chapter 16 – Part 4 Tim Bulkeley

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20 Chapter 16 – Part 5 Tim Bulkeley

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21 Chapter 16 – Part 6 Tim Bulkeley

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Uneasy Money

Uneasy Money is a romantic comedy by P.G. Wodehouse, published during the First World War, it offers light escapism. More romantic but only a little less humorous that his mature works, it tells of the vicissitudes of poor Lord Dawlish, who inherits five million dollars, but becomes a serially disappointed groom.

When the story opens Bill (Lord Dawlish, a thoroughly pleasant man) is engaged to a demanding actress. His first thought when hearing of his massive legacy from a stranger whose tendency to slice he once cured on a West Country golf course is of the disappointed relatives. His trip to the USA attempting to give back the windfall results in complication after complication, including firearms and burglaries as well as the usual human misunderstandings that accompany any human life.

Uneasy Money was first published as a serial in the Saturday Evening Post in the USA from December 1915, and in the UK in Strand Magazine starting December 1916. It first appeared in book form on March 17, 1916 by D. Appleton & Co., New York, and later in the UK (on October 4, 1917) by Methuen & Co., London.

01 Chapter 01 Tim Bulkeley

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02 Chapter 02 Tim Bulkeley

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03 Chapter 03 Tim Bulkeley

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04 Chapter 04 Tim Bulkeley

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05 Chapter 05 Tim Bulkeley

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06 Chapter 06 Tim Bulkeley

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07 Chapter 07 Tim Bulkeley

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08 Chapter 08 Tim Bulkeley

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09 Chapter 09 Tim Bulkeley

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10 Chapter 10 Tim Bulkeley

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11 Chapter 11 Tim Bulkeley

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12 Chapter 12 Tim Bulkeley

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13 Chapter 13 Tim Bulkeley

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14 Chapter 14 Tim Bulkeley

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15 Chapter 15 Tim Bulkeley

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16 Chapter 16 Tim Bulkeley

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17 Chapter 17 Tim Bulkeley

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18 Chapter 18 Tim Bulkeley

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19 Chapter 19 Tim Bulkeley

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20 Chapter 20 Tim Bulkeley

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21 Chapter 21 Tim Bulkeley

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22 Chapter 22 Tim Bulkeley

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23 Chapter 23 Tim Bulkeley

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24 Chapter 24 Tim Bulkeley

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25 Chapter 25 Tim Bulkeley

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The White Feather

Sheen, a member of Seymour’s House at Wrykyn School, flees from an unexpected assault by town boys. His colleagues wade into the fight with relish, acquiring bruises and sore heads, but in the fracas, Sheen is missed, and the story makes the rounds of Wrykyn that when blows were traded, Sheen “funked it.”

Honor in such institutions depends on reliably standing with your House. As punishment for his defection, Sheen is “cut” – treated as if he did not exist.

In a later expedition into town, Sheen is set upon by the town bullies and finds that when retreat is no option, he can take their blows and fight against odds. Seeing his pluck, bystander Joe Bevan, an ex-champion boxer, offers to tutor Sheen.

Surprisingly, Sheen finds he has a knack for boxing. And with that discovery comes a plan: he will fight for his House in the Lightweight division and win back his honor.

But the best-laid plans… may go awry!

Wodehouse, a humorist, picks up the sober topic of cowardice but treats it with his customary panache.

01      Expert Opinions Mark F. Smith

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02 Sheen at Home Mark F. Smith

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03 Sheen Receives Visitors and Advice Mark F. Smith

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04 The Better Part of Valour Mark F. Smith

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05 The White Feather Mark F. Smith

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06 Albert Redivivus Mark F. Smith

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07 Mr. Joe Bevan Mark F. Smith

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08 A Naval Battle & Its Consequences Mark F. Smith

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09 Sheen Begins His Education Mark F. Smith

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10 Sheen’s Progress Mark F. Smith

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11 A Small Incident Mark F. Smith

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12 Dunstable and Linton Go Up the River Mark F. Smith

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13 Deus ex Machina Mark F. Smith

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14 A Skirmish Mark F. Smith

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15 The Rout at Ripton Mark F. Smith

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16 Drummond Goes Into Retirement Mark F. Smith

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17 Seymour’s One Success Mark F. Smith

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18 Mr. Bevan Makes a Suggestion Mark F. Smith

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19 Paving the Way Mark F. Smith

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20 Sheen Goes to Aldershot Mark F. Smith

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21 A Good Start Mark F. Smith

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22 A Good Finish Mark F. Smith

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23 A Surprise for Seymour’s Mark F. Smith

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24 Bruce Explains Mark F. Smith

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William Tell Told Again

This is the classic story of William Tell – Swiss patriot and great apple-shooter – as seen through the eyes of English humorist P.G. Wodehouse. No Swiss were (permanently) injured in the telling of this story; however, results differed for Austrian tyrants. The original volume also included a humorous poem encapsulating the whole Tell legend, written by John W. Houghton to accompany the sixteen color illustrations. For this audiobook, the stanzas have been collected and read as a single poem.

Chapters 1 & 2 Mark F. Smith

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Chapters 3 & 4 Mark F. Smith

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Chapters 5 & 6 Mark F. Smith

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Chapters 7 & 8 Mark F. Smith

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Chapters 9 & 10 Mark F. Smith

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Chapters 11 & 12 Mark F. Smith

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Chapters 13 & 14 Mark F. Smith

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Chapter 15 & The Rhymed Story of Tell Mark F. Smith

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Wodehouse in the Strand

This is a collection of P.G. Wodehouse’s short stories published in The Strand from 1918 to 1922. (kirk202) Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (15 October 1881 – 14 February 1975) was an English humorist, whose body of work includes novels, short stories, s, poems, song lyrics and numerous pieces of journalism. He enjoyed enormous popular success during a career that lasted more than seventy years, and his many writings continue to be widely read.

Chapter 01 – Jeeves & the Chump Cyril Seth Dresser

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Chapter 02 – The Spring Frock Kara Shallenberg

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Chapter 03 – A Woman is Only a Woman Jennifer Dorr

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Chapter 04 – A Kink in His Character dgulino

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Chapter 05 – The Man Who Married an Hotel KirksVoice

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Chapter 06 – First Aid for Looney Biddle asterix

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Chapter 07 – Paving the Way for Mabel asterix

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Chapter 08 – A Room at the Hermitage asterix

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Chapter 09 – Washy Makes His Presence Felt Marc Rasi

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Chapter 10 – Jeeves in the Springtime Kara Shallenberg

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Chapter 11 – Aunt Agatha Takes the Count P. J. Morgan

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Chapter 12 – Comrade Bingo Seth Dresser

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Chapter 13 – The Great Sermon Handicap Seth Dresser

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Chapter 14 – Scoring Off Jeeves Shakira Searle

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Chapter 15 – Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch Kara Shallenberg

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Chapter 16 – Bertie Changes His Mind KirksVoice

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Chapter 17 – Bingo and the Little Woman Kara Shallenberg

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Chapter 18 – The Delayed Exit of Claude & Eustace P. J. Morgan

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Chapter 19 – The Magic Plus Fours asterix

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Chapter 20 – The Metropolitan Touch Gordon MacKay

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Chapter 21 – The Purity of the Turf Gordon MacKay

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A Wodehouse Miscellany

Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse was an English comic writer who enjoyed enormous popular success for more than seventy years. Best known today for the Jeeves and Blanding Castle novels and short stories, Wodehouse was also a talented wright and lyricist who was part author and writer of fifteen s and of 250 lyrics for some thirty musical comedies.

01      Some Aspects Of Game-Captaincy Kevin McAsh

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02 An Unfinished Collection Kevin McAsh

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03 The New Advertising Kevin McAsh

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04 The Secret Pleasures Of Reginald Kevin McAsh

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05 My Battle With Drink Kevin McAsh

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06 In Defense Of Astigmatism Kevin McAsh

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07 Photographers And Me Kevin McAsh

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08 A Plea For Indoor Golf Kevin McAsh

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09 The Alarming Spread Of Poetry Kevin McAsh

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10 My Life As A Dramatic Critic Kevin McAsh

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11 The Agonies Of Writing A Musical Comedy Kevin McAsh

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12 On The Writing Of Lyrics Kevin McAsh

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13 The Past Theatrical Season Kevin McAsh

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14 Damon And Pythias: A Romance Kevin McAsh

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15 The Haunted Tram Kevin McAsh

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16 When Papa Swore In Hindustani Kevin McAsh

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17 Tom, Dick, And Harry Kevin McAsh

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18 Jeeves Takes Charge Kevin McAsh

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19 Disentangling Old Duggie Kevin McAsh

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