Wodehouse in the Strand - Short Story Collection

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(4.4 stars; 35 reviews)

This is a collection of P.G. Wodehouse's short stories published in The Strand from 1918 to 1922. (kirk202) Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, KBE (15 October 1881 – 14 February 1975) was an English humorist, whose body of work includes novels, short stories, plays, poems, song lyrics and numerous pieces of journalism. He enjoyed enormous popular success during a career that lasted more than seventy years, and his many writings continue to be widely read. - Summary by Wikipedia (13 hr 35 min)


Chapter 01 - Jeeves & the Chump Cyril 36:49 Read by Seth Dresser
Chapter 02 - The Spring Frock 36:25 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Chapter 03 - A Woman is Only a Woman 41:23 Read by Jennifer Dorr
Chapter 04 - A Kink in His Character 43:01 Read by dgulino
Chapter 05 - The Man Who Married an Hotel 40:37 Read by KirksVoice
Chapter 06 - First Aid for Looney Biddle 47:25 Read by asterix
Chapter 07 - Paving the Way for Mabel 44:33 Read by asterix
Chapter 08 - A Room at the Hermitage 44:41 Read by asterix
Chapter 09 - Washy Makes His Presence Felt 49:10 Read by Marc Rasi
Chapter 10 - Jeeves in the Springtime 34:42 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Chapter 11 - Aunt Agatha Takes the Count 29:43 Read by P. J. Morgan
Chapter 12 - Comrade Bingo 36:44 Read by Seth Dresser
Chapter 13 - The Great Sermon Handicap 33:55 Read by Seth Dresser
Chapter 14 - Scoring Off Jeeves 29:23 Read by Shakira Searle
Chapter 15 - Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch 31:16 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Chapter 16 - Bertie Changes His Mind 32:50 Read by KirksVoice
Chapter 17 - Bingo and the Little Woman 42:29 Read by Kara Shallenberg
Chapter 18 - The Delayed Exit of Claude & Eustace 36:41 Read by P. J. Morgan
Chapter 19 - The Magic Plus Fours 44:33 Read by asterix
Chapter 20 - The Metropolitan Touch 40:56 Read by Gordon MacKay
Chapter 21 - The Purity of the Turf 38:12 Read by Gordon MacKay


for golfers & gamblers

(3 stars)

At least half of these stories as of no interest unless you are a golfer, or enjoy hearing about idiotic gambling schemes. Since I find golf boring, and I find gambling an unfortunate addiction instead of a "flutter," I was able to enjoy only half of these stories.

always terriific

(5 stars)

Author. and readers were very expressive and even though I was familiar with most of these i enjoyed every minute

great fun

(5 stars)

I'm more interested in golf and even less in gambling thanks to these

Well read classic collection of his stories

(4 stars)