By P. G. Wodehouse
An entire solid of Wodehouse creations--including tyrannical family, beastly associates, demon young children, and literary fatheads--return for additional close to catastrophes and glowing comedy disregard is proud to give 4 extra antic decisions from comedian genius, P.G. Wodehouse. A Damsel in misery is an early novel approximately Belpher fortress, the idyllic domestic of the aristocratic Marshmoreton kinfolk and a precursor to the Blandings sequence. depart it to Psmith is a comedy experience related to crime and gunplay, prepared into movement by way of an umbrella within the Drones membership and Mulliner Nights is a chain of news concerning the inimitable Mr. Mulliner, his amazing kinfolk, and the tipsy bishops, indignant baronets, girl novelists, and haughty dowagers who common the bar-parlor of the Angler's relaxation. in the meantime, Lord ‘Chuffy' Chuffnell borrows the companies of Jeeves in thanks, Jeeves, whereas pursuing the affection of his existence, but if he reveals out that Jeeves's business enterprise, Bertie Wooster, used to be engaged to Pauline himself, fearsome issues strengthen.
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