Psmith in the City: Easyread Large Bold Edition

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Feb 19, 2009 - Humor - 272 pages
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User Review  - PhilSyphe - LibraryThing

Although this was highly entertaining in parts, on the whole it didn’t appeal to me as much as the previous novel in the series, namely “Mike”. I like Psmith, but he’s not as amusing as he is in Book ... Read full review

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User Review  - leandrod - LibraryThing

A time before aßociation footbal was England’s ſport par excellence; when few banks had telephone sets; where junior employees in the City wore tall hats and monocles (‘eye glaßes’); when bank manager ... Read full review

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Contents

Mr Bickersdyke Walks behind the Bowlers Arm
1
Mike Hears Bad News
12
The New Era Begins
19
First Steps in a Business Career
27
The Other Man
36
Psmith Explains
43
Going into Winter Quarters
51
The Friendly Native
61
Sunday Supper
145
Psmith Makes a Discovery
156
The Illness of Edward
165
Concerning a Cheque
173
Psmith Makes Inquiries
180
And Take Steps
189
Mr Bickersdyke Makes a Concession
194
The Spirit of Unrest
206

The Haunting of Mr Bickersdyke
73
Mr Bickersdyke Addresses His Constituents
82
Misunderstood
92
In a Nutshell
101
Mike is Moved On
111
Mr Waller Appears in a New Light
117
Stirring Times on the Common
126
Further Developments
137
At the Telephone
213
Breaking The News
220
At Lords
229
Psmith Arranges his Future
240
And Mikes
248
The Last Sad Farewells
258
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