Inimitable Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse

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This is the second collection of stories (after My Man Jeeves) featuring the ingenious but discrete butler Jeeves who can be counted on to get his master Bertie Wooster out of the many tight spots he and his friends create for themselves. These 18 stories pit Jeeves and Bertie against an array of worthy characters, including, most notably, his pal Bingo Little, cousins Claude and Eustis, Sir Roderick Glossop (the loony doctor) and his daughter Honoria (briefly engaged to Bertie), and, of course, the imperious Aunt Agatha Gregson.
 

About P.G. Wodehouse

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P. G. Wodehouse was born in England in 1881 and in 1955 became an American citizen. He published more than ninety books and had a successful career writing lyrics and musicals in collaboration with Jerome Kern, Guy Bolton, and Cole Porter, among others.
 
Published December 1, 1956 by Hutchinson. 192 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Business & Economics. Fiction

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Martin Jarvis brings the madcap world of Bertie Wooster and his brilliant valet Jeeves to life with canny comedic timing and wildly varied voices that capture the essence of each of the many charac

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Wodehouse's classic stories about a gentleman and his gentleman's gentleman, we follow the hapless but lovable Bertie from one misadventure to the next—accidental engagements, calamitous lunches with the terrifying Aunt Agatha, clashes with noted nerve specialists and run-ins with bizarre politic...

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