Leave it to PSmith

Young Ronald Eustace Psmith quits the fish business for a romantic pursuit.

Author: P.G. Wodehouse

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams

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Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Young Ronald Eustace Psmith quits the fish business for a romantic pursuit.

Leave it to Psmith

'You could tell me nothing more wonderful than that.' “When Imet Cynthiain Market Blandings, she toldmewhat the trouble was which made her husbandleaveher.

Author: P.G. Wodehouse

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1409064492

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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A Mulliner collection In the Angler's Rest, drinking hot scotch and lemon, sits one of Wodehouse's greatest raconteurs. Mr Mulliner, his vivid imagination lubricated by Miss Postlethwaite the barmaid, has fabulous stories to tell of the extraordinary behaviour of his far-flung family: in particular there's Wilfred, inventor of Raven Gypsy face-cream and Snow of the Mountain Lotion, who lights on the formula for Buck-U-Uppo, a tonic given to elephants to enable them to face tigers with the necessary nonchalance. Its explosive effects on a shy young curate and then the higher clergy is gravely revealed. Then there's his cousin James, the detective-story writer, who has inherited a cottage more haunted than anything in his own imagination. And Isadore Zinzinheimer, head of the Bigger, Better & Brighter Motion Picture Company. Tall tales all - but among Wodehouse's best. '[Wodehouse]'s supreme achievement is Leave it to Psmith. Accept no substitutes.’ John Self’s favourite funny book for Irish Times 'You’d have to have a heart of stone not to be amused by PG Wodehouse’s Jeeves and Psmith books.’ Adrian McKinty’s favourite funny books for Irish Times



Leave It to Psmith Illustrated

Psmith inveigles himself into Blandings Castle to help out a friend and to pursue love.

Author: P G Wodehouse

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Page: 178

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Psmith inveigles himself into Blandings Castle to help out a friend and to pursue love.

Leave it to Psmith

Fate , " said Psmith , " has led your footsteps to the right place . This is Comrade Jackson , the Pride of the School , sitting before you .

Author: Pelham Grenville Wodehouse

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Page: 147

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A British Humor ClassicIn this, the last of the classic Psmith novels, we visit Blandings Castle to enjoy the continued adventures of the silver-tongued Psmith, one of Wodehouse's best loved characters, and his friend Mike Jackson.Through high spirits and force of personality, Psmith talks his way into the idyllic castle, where there are the usual crop of girls to woo, crooks to foil, imposters to unmask, haughty aunts to baffle and valuable necklaces to steal - as only one can find in a Wodehouse plot.No one who enjoys a good read, a clever plot and a good laugh will want to miss any of the four Psmith novels. Laugh out loud at his exploits in one more of Wodehouse's many masterpieces. You'll enjoy one of the most delightfully eccentric characters in literature - Psmith.Read each of the four Psmith books: Mike, Psmith in the City, Psmith Journalist, and Leave it to Psmith!

Leave It to Psmith Annotated

Psmith inveigles himself into Blandings Castle to help out a friend and to pursue love.

Author: P G Wodehouse

Publisher: Independently Published

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Page: 178

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Psmith inveigles himself into Blandings Castle to help out a friend and to pursue love.



Leave It to Psmith

This edition of Leave It to Psmith includes the illustrations that were originally published in the Saturday Evening Post in 1923.

Author: P. G. Wodehouse

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781090246332

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Page: 265

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This edition of Leave It to Psmith includes the illustrations that were originally published in the Saturday Evening Post in 1923. Drawn by May Wilson Preston, they make a delightful story even more enjoyable. This is the fourth and last novel featuring Psmith and the second novel set at Blandings Castle.



Leave It to Psmith Graphyco Editions

The bulk of the story takes place at Blandings Castle and involves various intrigues within the extended family of Lord Emsworth, the absent-minded elderly Earl.

Author: P. Wodehouse

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Page: 250

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"Red hair, sir, in my opinion, is dangerous." Leave it to Psmith is a comic novel by Wodehouse that was first published in the United Kingdom. The bulk of the story takes place at Blandings Castle and involves various intrigues within the extended family of Lord Emsworth, the absent-minded elderly Earl. P. G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) was an English author born in Guildford, he became one of the most widely read humorists of the 20th century..

Leave It to Psmith

This Edition of "leave it to psmith" is a collection of the story that initially appeared in The Saturday Evening Post in the US between 3 February and 24 March 1923.

Author: P. G. P. G. Wodehouse

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781659041460

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Page: 158

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This Edition of "leave it to psmith" is a collection of the story that initially appeared in The Saturday Evening Post in the US between 3 February and 24 March 1923. It contains all of the wonderful illustrations that were published with the stories. Drawn by May Wilson Preston , they make a wonderful story even more enjoyable. Now available to the public, these unique versions slightly differ than the ones that appeared in the edition of the book from 30 November 1923 .

Leave It to Psmith

Leave it to Psmith is a masterpiece in timing and technique. Like most Wodehouse novels, it boasts of a complex story plot and a lot of humor.

Author: P G Wodehouse

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Page: 122

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Leave it to Psmith is a masterpiece in timing and technique. Like most Wodehouse novels, it boasts of a complex story plot and a lot of humor. You can expect dark conspiracies, imposters, jewel thieves, and poets at Blandings Castle.Psmith ("the 'p' is silent") is desperate to find a new job and is willing to do anything to get out of his "fish business." Freddie offers him a new job-to steal his Aunt Constance's necklace. The conspiracy involves his uncle and the uncle's step-daughter, Phyllis, too. Freddie's uncle plans to give Lady Constance another necklace that looks like the stolen one and use the money to help Phyllis and Freddie. Freddie needs the money to marry, and Phyllis needs to help her husband get a start in life.

Leave It to Psmith

It had previously been serialised, in the Saturday Evening Post in the US between 3 February and 24 March 1923, and in the Grand Magazine in the UK between April and December that year; the ending of this magazine version was rewritten for ...

Author: P. G. P. G. Wodehouse

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ISBN: 9781090893222

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Page: 225

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Leave it to Psmith is a comic novel by English author P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 30 November 1923 by Herbert Jenkins, London, England and in the United States on 14 March 1924 by George H. Doran, New York. It had previously been serialised, in the Saturday Evening Post in the US between 3 February and 24 March 1923, and in the Grand Magazine in the UK between April and December that year; the ending of this magazine version was rewritten for the book form.It was the fourth and final novel featuring Psmith, the others being Mike (1909) (later republished in two parts, with Psmith appearing in the second, Mike and Psmith (1953)), Psmith in the City (1910), and Psmith, Journalist (1915) - in his introduction to the omnibus The World of Psmith, Wodehouse said that he had stopped writing about the character because he couldn't think of any more stories.

Leave It to Psmith 1923

Freddie Threepwood and his uncle are in difficulties.

Author: P G Wodehouse

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Page: 186

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Freddie Threepwood and his uncle are in difficulties. Freddie wants a thousand pounds to start a bookmaker's business and to marry Eve, while his uncle wants to raise three thousand pounds, unbeknown to his wife, to help a runaway daughter. Freddie persuades his uncle to steal his wife's necklace and sees Psmith's advertisement in a daily paper. Freddie enlists the services of Psmith to steal the necklace. There are plots and counterplots. Psmith is not successful in stealing the necklace but succeeds in stealing the affections of Eve.