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P. G. Wodehouse

Author, Editor, Compiler

(1881 - 1975)

P. G. Wodehouse

Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE was an English humorist, whose body of work includes novels, short stories, plays, poems, song lyrics and numerous pieces of journalism. He enjoyed enormous popular success during a career that lasted more than seventy years, and his many writings continue to be widely read. Despite the political and social upheavals that occurred during his life, much of which was spent in France and the United States, Wodehouse’s main canvas remained that of a pre- and post-World War I English upper class society, reflecting his birth, education and youthful writing career.



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The Adventures of Sally (1922)

Sally Nicholas is a popular young woman who lives in a boarding house in New York and works as a taxi dancer. Upon reaching her twenty-first birthday, she inherits a considerable fortune. Sally tries to adjust to her new life, but financial and romantic problems beset her until a happy ending ensues. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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The Adventures of Sally (2012)

Sally Nicholas is a popular young woman who lives in a boarding house in New York and works as a taxi dancer. Upon reaching her twenty-first birthday, she inherits a considerable fortune. Sally tries to adjust to her new life, but financial and romantic problems beset her until a happy ending ensues.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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America, I Like You (1956)

P.G. Wodehouse shares his feelings after moving to the United States.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Marc Simont

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Angel Cake (1952)

Cyril is a young hotel clerk who is advised to invest his inherited fortune in Broadway theatricals.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Earl Oliver Hurst

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Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen (1974)

Bertie Wooster withdraws to the village of Maiden Eggesford for rest. But Aunt Dahlia shatters the peace.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): None

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Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen (2008)

Bertie Wooster withdraws to the village of Maiden Eggesford for rest. But Aunt Dahlia shatters the peace.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): None

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Author! Author! (1962)

Comprises a selection of the letters Wodehouse wrote to Townend over a period of more than thirty years. Originally published in 1953 under title: Performing Flea.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): None

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Bachelors Anonymous (1974)

Movie mogul Ivor Llewellyn needs his friends at Bachelors Anonymous to keep him out of extra-marital romantic entanglements.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Osbert Lancaster

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Bachelors Anonymous (2012)

Movie mogul Ivor Llewellyn needs his friends at Bachelors Anonymous to keep him out of extra-marital romantic entanglements.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Osbert Lancaster

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Barmy in Wonderland (1952)

An Englishman falls in love with a lively American girl, invests all his money with her boss in a theatrical production, loses her, finds her again, is rejected, but finally discovers true love after many comic adventures.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): None

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Barmy in Wonderland (2009)

An Englishman falls in love with a lively American girl, invests all his money with her boss in a theatrical production, loses her, finds her again, is rejected, but finally discovers true love after many comic adventures.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): None

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Bertie Wooster Sees it Through (1955)

Bertie finds himself once more at Brinkley Court, sampling the delights of Anatole’s cooking while attempting to help Aunt Dahlia sell off her magazine.

This was first published in England in 1954 under the title Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Dick Dodge

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The Best of Wodehouse (1949)

A collection of short stories including ‘Good-bye to Butlers’ which was not reprinted elsewhere.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Paul Galdone

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Biffen’s Millions (1964)

When Edmund Biffen Pike inherits his godfather’s millions, it’s on condition he is not arrested - something he finds it hard to avoid as he has a compulsion to sock every policeman he meets. Fortunately his sister Kay and Jerry Shoesmith rally round.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): John Alcorn

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Big Money (1931)

Two young men, Godfrey, Lord Biskerton “Biscuit” and his one-time inseparable comrade John Beresford “Berry” Conway, and their efforts to raise money and to woo their respective girlfriends.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Harry Beckhoff

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Big Money (1931)

Two young men, Godfrey, Lord Biskerton “Biscuit” and his one-time inseparable comrade John Beresford “Berry” Conway, and their efforts to raise money and to woo their respective girlfriends.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Harry Beckhoff

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Big Money (2007)

Two young men, Godfrey, Lord Biskerton “Biscuit” and his one-time inseparable comrade John Beresford “Berry” Conway, and their efforts to raise money and to woo their respective girlfriends.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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Bill the Conqueror (1924)

In what is surely one of the Master’s most complex plots we meet Percy Pilbeam and George Pyke who will reappear in later Wodehouse adventures. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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Bill the Conqueror (1924)

In what is surely one of the Master’s most complex plots we meet Percy Pilbeam and George Pyke who will reappear in later Wodehouse adventures.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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Bill the Conqueror (2008)

In what is surely one of the Master’s most complex plots we first meet Percy Pilbeam and George Pyke who will star in later Wodehouse adventures.

Author(s): P. G. Wodehouse
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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