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A Wodehouse Miscellany: Articles and Stories

by P. G. Wodehouse

Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, popularly known by his pen name, P.G. Wodehouse, is one of the most beloved writers of English prose. He is known for his uncanny ability to find and expose the hilarity of even...


A Damsel in Distress

by P. G. Wodehouse

When you're in the mood for classic British humor writing, nothing can compare to the master of literary laughter, P.G. Wodehouse. The novel A Damsel in Distress is an uproarious combination of romantic intrigue,...


The Inspector-General: A Comedy in Five Acts

by Nikolai Gogol & Thomas Seltzer

Although it may read to modern audiences like a hilarious slapstick comedy, The Inspector-General is actually much more than that. Famed Russian writer Nikolai Gogol intended it to be a veiled but pointed satire...


Queen Lucia

by E. F. Benson

The Mapp and Lucia series of novels penned by author E.F. Benson is a study in opposites. The vengeful and calculating Miss Mapp, whom many readers love to hate, is balanced out by the social graces of Lucia,...


The Woggle-Bug Book

by L. Frank Baum

The Woggle-Bug, a creation from the mind of L. Frank Baum, who also penned the Wizard of Oz series, captivated the United States in the early 1900s. The comical character was a multimedia sensation at the time,...


Psmith in the City

by P. G. Wodehouse

Among P.G. Wodehouse's most beloved recurring characters is the dandy, wit, cricketer, and sometimes banker Rupert Psmith (the 'P' is silent). Psmith in the City follows the lead character's misfortunes as a...


The Pothunters

by P. G. Wodehouse

Go back to the beginning with one of the masters of English humor writing. Wodehouse's first published novel, The Pothunters is also one of several of the author's works that centers on the fictional public...


Crome Yellow

by Aldous Huxley

Though Aldous Huxley would later become known as one of the key early figures in the genre of dystopian science fiction, his first novels were gentler satires that played on the manor house genre. Crome Yellow...


Indiscretions of Archie

by P. G. Wodehouse

This episodic novel tells the story of Archibald Moffam, a perennially down-on-his-luck character who meets with misfortune as he tries to navigate the landmines of marriage, family relationships, and the working...


The Wrecker

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne

This sprawling nautical adventure tale from Robert Louis Stevenson adds a dash of humor and mystery to the formula that the author perfected in classic yarns like Kidnapped and Treasure Island. Co-written with...


The Ball and the Cross

by G. K. Chesterton

Only G.K. Chesterton could tackle some of the most persistent and complex questions about the Christian faith in such an engaging format. The Ball and the Cross presents a surprisingly good-humored take on timeless...


The History of Pendennis

by William Makepeace Thackeray

With an unmatched wit and a keen appreciation for the inanity of social mores, William Makepeace Thackeray provides his own unique spin on the family history genre in The History of Pendennis. Following a young...


The Luck of Barry Lyndon

by William Makepeace Thackeray

Need a good belly laugh? Set off on the journey of a lifetime with ne'er-do-well Barry Lyndon, the lovably wicked protagonist of William Makepeace Thackeray's beloved picaresque novel. Although the prominent...


The Man with Two Left Feet: And Other Stories

by P. G. Wodehouse

Need a belly laugh? Dive into this collection of stories and sketches from noted British humorist P.G. Wodehouse. The pieces gathered in this volume span the gamut of Wodehouse's writing career and cover a wide...


Jill the Reckless

by P. G. Wodehouse

Although P.G. Wodehouse's woebegone protagonists are usually young men, in Jill the Reckless the master of British humor turns his attention to the fairer sex. Jill Mariner's young adulthood is beset by an array...


Miss Mapp

by E. F. Benson

Part of a series of novels that center around a pair of high-society matrons, Miss Mapp introduces one of the most gruff and deliciously malicious characters every to grace the literary canon. Readers who love...


Death at the Excelsior: And Other Stories

by P. G. Wodehouse

Although P.G. Wodehouse is best known as a writer of humorous fiction, he also tried his hand at other genres, as well. The title story in this wide-ranging collection is a detective story, albeit one that is...


The Wrong Box

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne

Though his adventure tales now rank among the most translated novels in the English language, Robert Louis Stevenson was a gifted writer who produced works in a number of different literary genres. The Wrong...


The Celebrity

by Winston Churchill

Not to be confused with his counterpart, the esteemed British statesman, American author Winston Churchill was a military man by training who gave up a promising career as an officer to pursue his dream of becoming...


Harlequin and Columbine

by Booth Tarkington

American novelist Booth Tarkington's life spanned the period 1869-1946, giving him a unique insight into the United States as its culture underwent a number of rapid changes. In the humorous novel Harlequin...