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Carry On, Jeeves



by P.G. Wodehouse

Published 1925

Isn’t this the creepiest cover art ever?!  I don’t know who designed these.  The actual editions of the books are delightful–perfectly bound and just the right size–but the covers!  Dreadful!

Luckily, the content is just as delightful as ever.  I do love Bertie and Jeeves; however, I am more fond of the full-length novels involving this pair than I am these collections of short stories.  This book is worth picking up, though, if for no other reason than the last story, told from the first-person view of, not Bertie (as usual) but Jeeves himself.  Perfect!


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