Very Good, Jeeves!
In creating that incomparable pair -- the lovable scamp Bertie Wooster and his unflappable valet, Jeeves -- P. G. Wodehouse "made a world for us to live in and delight in" (Evelyn Waugh). This volume contains eleven stories, including "Jeeves and the Impending Doom, " a hilarious chronicle of a ghastly weekend at Aunt Agatha's country home; "Jeeves and the Song of Songs, " which features Bertie's reluctant public debut as a singer; and "The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy, " in which Jeeves manages, with h usual aplomb, to help one of Bertie's bumbling pals win the hand of the woman he loves.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ctpress - LibraryThing
Ah, nothing like a little dose of Jeeves and Wooster. It surely can brighten my day. Bertie are always ending up in hopeless situations when he tries to help his friends out of scrapes - or do favors ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - clq - LibraryThing
Unsurprisingly, this Wodehouse book contains short stories in which Wooster and his friends get helped out with their problems by the Gentleman's man-servant, Jeeves. The style is, of course, the same ... Read full review
JEEVES AND THE IMPENDING DOOM
THE INFERIORITY COMPLEX OF OLD SIPPY
JEEVES AND THE YULETIDE SPIRIT
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