P. G. WODEHOUSE CLASSICSFive favorites from one of the funniest writers of all time.
P.G. WODEHOUSE CLASSICS presents a sampler of some of Wodehouse’s most entertaining works and endearing characters: from the blithely blundering Archie Moffam’s difficult in-law relations in THE INDISCRETIONS OF ARCHIE and the obnoxious Ogden Ford’s close calls with kidnapping in THE LITTLE NUGGET, to the antics of Mike Jackson and his trusty friend Psmith in PSMITH IN THE CITY and the ridiculous predicaments of Bertie Wooster and his loyal valet, Jeeves, in MY MAN JEEVES.
P.G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) was a prolific master of social satire. Best known for his Jeeves stories, which chronicle the misadventures of a flighty gentleman and his levelheaded valet, Wodehouse’s comic portrayals of English upper class society have enjoyed enduring popularity with a large and devoted audience. Shortly before his death at the age of 93, he was made a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
PSMITH IN THE CITY
THE LITTLE NUGGET
THE INDISCRETIONS OF ARCHIE
MY MAN JEEVES