P.G. Wodehouse reading list: the Jeeves and Wooster stories

This piece follows my reading suggestions for new Wodehouse readers with a reading list for the Jeeves and Wooster stories. Jeeves and Wooster Reading List The Inimitable Jeeves (1923)* Carry On, Jeeves (1925)* Very Good Jeeves (1930)* Right Ho, Jeeves (1934; US title Brinkley Manor) The Code of the Woosters (1938) Joy in the Morning …

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Wodehouse for Christmas: gifts that keep giving

A dash of Wodehouse is always a great gift idea. This seasons piece offers a few ideas to help you choose something special for the Wodehouse lover in your life -- or for those poor souls of your acquaintance who have yet to discover his healing prose. Wodehouse for first timers I often give Wodehouse …

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The Inimitable Jeeves (1923)

I'm not much of a ladies' man, but on this particular morning it seemed to me that what I really wanted was some charming girl to buzz up and ask me to save her from assassins or something. So that it was a bit of an anti-climax when I merely ran into young Bingo Little, …

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Introducing Wodehouse to a modern audience

This piece began as a story about my search for Sebastian Faulks' new book 'Jeeves and the Wedding Bells' in my local bookshop. With the giddy excitement of a school girl, I had rushed forth to purchase my copy, but found things less straightforward than expected. The book was not filed under 'F' for Faulks …

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