Very Good Jeeves
In creating that incomparable pair, the lovable scamp Bertie Wooster
and his unflappable valet, Jeeves P. G. Wodehouse "made a
world for us to live in and delight in" (Evelyn Waugh). The
paperback volume beloe contains eleven stories, including "Jeeves
and the Impending Doom," a hilarious chronicle of a ghastly weekend
at Aunt Agatha's country home; "Jeeves and the Song of Songs,"
which features Bertie's reluctant public debut as a singer; and
"The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy," in which Jeeves
manages, with his usual aplomb, to help one of Bertie's bumbling pals
win the hand of the woman he loves.
Listen to chapter 1 of Very Good Jeeves: