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The Jeeves Omnibus Vol. 5: Much Obliged, Jeeves / Aunts Aren't Gentlemen and the short stories / Extricating Young Gussie / Jeeves Makes An Omelette / Jeeves and the Greasy Bird

The Jeeves Omnibus Vol Much Obliged Jeeves Aunts Aren t Gentlemen and the short stories Extricating Young Gussie Jeeves Makes An Omelette Jeeves and the Greasy Bird Poor Bertie is in the soup again and throughout this latest omnibus it is only Jeeves who keeps him from being the fish and the main course as well In these delightful pages you will encounter all th

  • Title: The Jeeves Omnibus Vol. 5: Much Obliged, Jeeves / Aunts Aren't Gentlemen and the short stories / Extricating Young Gussie / Jeeves Makes An Omelette / Jeeves and the Greasy Bird
  • Author: P.G. Wodehouse
  • ISBN: 9780091773540
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poor Bertie is in the soup again, and throughout this latest omnibus it is only Jeeves who keeps him from being the fish and the main course as well In these delightful pages you will encounter all the stalwarts who have made the Jeeves novels and short stories the pinnacle of English humour, from Aunts Agatha and Dahlia to Roderick Spode, Tuppy Glossop, Madeline Bassett,Poor Bertie is in the soup again, and throughout this latest omnibus it is only Jeeves who keeps him from being the fish and the main course as well In these delightful pages you will encounter all the stalwarts who have made the Jeeves novels and short stories the pinnacle of English humour, from Aunts Agatha and Dahlia to Roderick Spode, Tuppy Glossop, Madeline Bassett, Oofy Prosser and Anatole the Chef At the end even Augustus the cat has come to be much obliged to Jeeves This volume contains Much Obliged, Jeeves, Aunts Aren t Gentlemen and the short stories Extricating Young Gussie, Jeeves Makes An Omelette and Jeeves and the Greasy Bird.

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    1. Pallavi Kamat on said:

      Quite a chuckle-along book. Plus some great literary references courtesy Jeeves. The situations are ordinary but their treatment is extraordinary which makes this book a must-read.I can't believe I missed out on the Wodehouse goodness so far. Must make it up by reading more of his books soon!

    2. Abhinav Neelam on said:

      What can I say? Well, perhaps that I have a long, long way to go. Lots more Wodehouse to burn, that can't be a bad thing eh?In all of the stories in this book, one way or another Bertie contrives to find himself getting married to someone he absolutely doesn't want to, and to top that off, with an angry ex-lover to deal with. This, apart from running into trouble with the usual suspects - Spode, Glossop, Bertie's three dramatically different aunts and more. Now, if you take the usual, and throw [...]

    3. Harold Hough on said:

      A delightful read from an era when "Gentleman" was an occupation and the sun never set on the British Empire. Bertie Wooster is a gentleman with more money than brains, who is always rescued from misadventures by his Gentleman's Gentleman, Jeeves. Those with a political ax to grind will see the seeds of Britain's decline as a world power in the stories. Others will look at the social implications of a British society with class barriers. I just like to think of it as an enjoyable comedy.

    4. Gene on said:

      A very enjoyable book. The writing style is clever and unique. The stories were sufficiently interesting and quite humorous. After recently immersing myself in books of philosophy, this book was a very welcome change of pace. I will certainly be eager to read the other Wodehouse books on my shelf.

    5. Collin on said:

      It's been my summer of not reading--at first it was too hot in the non-airconditioned house to read (I've gotten weird looks for saying that, but I cannot maintain motivation to read when it's unbearably hot and stuffy), and by the time we fixed it I was out of the habit--but I've eased myself back in over the last week with this Jeeves Omnibus, which consists of Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves; The Inimitable Jeeves; and Carry On, Jeeves.Stiff Upper Lip Jeeves - Originally published as a novel proper i [...]

    6. Tamra on said:

      This was James Herriot's favorite book, and apparently he read it over and over, and thought it was hilarious. I'd never heard of it before, but have since found out that there are Wodehouse Fanatics out there who have paved the way for newcomers like me. (Who knew there are so many Wodehouse books, for instance, or that Hugh Laurie stars as Wooster in a series called Jeeves and Wooster?)It took me a little while to figure out the humor, since I'm not English and had no introduction to Wooster's [...]

    7. Barbara Phillips-Farley on said:

      Much Obliged, Jeeves, was just as terrific as any other Wodehouse novel. I enjoyed it immensely.

    8. angrykitty on said:

      i wanted this book so badly, in order to have all 5 omnibus' that i actaully bought it from amazon. totally nutsch oblighed, jeeves (13th book)aunts aren't gentlemen (14th book)extricating young gussie: this is actually the very first jeeves story. i'll be reading it as soon as i finish carry on, jeeveseves makes an omelette: another short story, this one coming after jeeves and teh feudal spiriteves and the greasy bird: the last single story. written after stiff upper lip, jeeves.

    9. Erica on said:

      okay, I admit itI skimmed this book rather than READ it. But all of the stories were favorites of mine from the TV showepisodes of which I've watched several times, so while I enjoyed reading the original words, I knew what would happen at every turn and hence, the reading was a bit boring. Wodehouse is hilarious though/

    10. Siri on said:

      Same old, same old Bertie Wooster travels to country estates, accidentally becomes engaged to Women of Great Dislike, and has to rely on Jeeves to get him out of these sticky situations. And yet, I find myself enjoying this last of the Jeeves Omnibuses more than the previous four; perhaps because it is significantly shorter.

    11. AJW on said:

      Sadly all good things come to an end. And it is to the end of all the Jeeves & Wooster stories I've arrived at. This is the slimmest volume of the 5-set & the stories are perhaps not as hot as some of the earlier ones, though I still thoroughly enjoyed it.

    12. Patricia on said:

      P.G. Wodehouse wrote like a fiend, and his particular specialty was soft, intelligent, wry humour. Whenever I read Wodehouse's work, I find myself smiling and smiling -- always makes me feel good. Gentle stories in a language that is beautifully wrought.

    13. Troy Black on said:

      These are the later collections of Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster stories, and though they are certainly more sporadic and a little bit more random in storyline, I received the same level of enjoyment from reading them. There is simply no way that these stories don't leave you 100% satisfied.

    14. Tanvi on said:

      Usual laugh-out-loud Wodehouse, but with more focus on Aunt Dahlia. As usual, the British humor is hilarious and P.G. Wodehouse is great.

    15. Carol on said:

      Bertie Wooster is so not with it and Jeeves is so patient. I am always amused at their relationship.

    16. Faith Bradham on said:

      Very light, bright, and sparkling, so if you only read serious heavy stuff, you won't like it. I, however, loved it. :)

    17. Aditya Mallya on said:

      Can a collection of Jeeves stories be anything else than perfect? The answer, I am pleased to report, is no.

    18. Sammy on said:

      Seems odd not to include the books in chronological order but, other than that, you really can't go wrong.

    19. Veronica Capulet on said:

      Absolute perfection. All of the jeeves and wooster books and the blanding castle series!!!!!!!!. Love it

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