(S. or J. Abbey)
(1883 - 1955)
Salomon van Abbé and Joseph van Abbé were two brothers who signed their work Abbey. The dates given are for Salomon who also used the name C. Morse. He was born in Amsterdam and was an artist, etcher and illustrator of books and magazines.
The General (1936)
A stinging indictment of the British military culture that led to the wanton slaughter of World War I.
Jeeves Omnibus (1931)
Includes stories from Jeeves (The Inimitable Jeeves), Carryon, Jeeves!, and Very Good, Jeeves (!).
The Luck of the Bodkins (1935)
Monty Bodkin bought the Mickey Mouse doll with the removable head for his fiancee Gertrude Butterwick, but his brother’s boss, head of Superba-Llewellyn Motion Pictures has a more urgent need for it.
Mulliner Nights (1933)
A collection of short stories narrated by Mr. Mulliner. Wodehouse seems to have been thinking much on the comedic possibilities of the higher clergy at this time.
Mulliner Omnibus (1935)
A collection of Mr. Mulliner stories from Mr. Mulliner Speaking, Meet Mr. Mulliner, Mulliner Nights and the Mr. Mulliner stories from Blandings Castle (Blandings Castle and Elsewhere.)
Right Ho, Jeeves (1934)
Aunt Dahlia, Gussie Fink-Nottle, Madeline Bassett, Tuppy Glossop and Bertie and Jeeves -- what you might call a Wodehouse full house.
Thank You, Jeeves (1934)
It all begins when Bertie Wooster decides to take up the banjolele seriously and Jeeves objects, leading to a parting of the ways, but they meet again in the chaos that is Chuffnell Regis, and after the banjolele is destroyed in an act of arson by Bertie’s new man, the rift in the lute is healed. Oh, and there are pairs of lovers and girls threatening to marry Bertie and an avenging father. Did I mention Sir Roderick Glossop was there as well? in black face?