‘Jeeves Collection’ by P. G. Wodehouse

‘Jeeves Collection’ by P. G. Wodehouse

The P.G. Wodehouse Collection by [P.G. Wodehouse]

What’s the silliest (most foolish?) book you’ve ever read? Did you enjoy it?


A few months ago I read the ‘Jeeves Collection’ by P. G. Wodehouse. The book was silly, foolish, and very funny. I enjoyed reading about the antics of Bertie Wooster and how his butler, Jeeves, helped him out of some very sticky situations. I found it a very enjoyable and fast read.


Karpathos publishes the greatest works of history’s greatest authors and collects them to make it easy and affordable for readers to have them all at the push of a button.  All of our collections include a linked table of contents.

P.G. Wodehouse was a prolific British author throughout much of the 20th century. Wodehouse is still one of the most widely read humorists and his Jeeves stories are considered classics. This collection includes the following:

Mike and Psmith
Psmith in the City
Psmith, Journalist
The Pothunters
A Prefect’s Uncle
The Gold Bat
William Tell Told Again
The Head of Kay’s
Love Among the Chickens
The White Feather
Not George Washington: An Autobiographical Novel
The Swoop!
The Gem Collector
The Prince and Betty
The Little Nugget
Something New
Uneasy Money
Piccadilly Jim
A Damsel in Distress
The Coming of Bill
Jill the Reckless
The Girl on the Boat
The Adventures of Sally
Indiscretions of Archie
The Intrusion of Jimmy

My Man Jeeves
Tales of St. Austin’s
The Man Upstairs, and Other Stories
The Man with Two Left Feet, and Other Stories
The Clicking of Cuthbert
Death at the Excelsior, and Other Stories
The Politeness of Princes, and Other School Stories

A Wodehouse Miscellany: Articles & Stories


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