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The Inimitable Jeeves by P.G. Wodehouse
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Oct 06, 2013

it was amazing
Read from September 29 to October 06, 2013 — I own a copy , read count: 3

This is not really a collection of short stories nor is it a novel; but somewhere in between the two. All you really need to know is this is Wodehouse at his best with some of his greatest creations. Most of the tales deal with Bingo Little constantly falling in love at first sight and begging Bertie for help (But we were at school together!) in winning the young lady's heart. Also making a couple of appearances are Bertie's twin cousins Claude and Eustace and his dreaded aunt Agatha. This also contains the tale that is probably my favourite of all of Jeeves and Wooster's escapades: The Great Sermon Handicap. Nothing that I could write here would begin to do this tale - or indeed any of Wodehouse's books - any justice. Just sheer perfection from the Master of Mirth that never fails to lift my mood no matter how I feel before I begin reading.

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