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Book of Snobs: By One of Themselves

by William Makepeace Thackeray

Satirical genius William Makepeace Thackeray may be best remembered for novels like Vanity Fair, but he first made his name as a writer as a contributor to magazines like Punch. In these pieces, Thackeray often...


The Clicking of Cuthbert

by P. G. Wodehouse

When you're in the mood for top-notch humor writing, only the very best will do. Dive into "The Clicking of Cuthbert" for an array of golf-themed belly laughs. A must-read for Wodehouse buffs, golf fanatics,...


The Swoop!: Or How Clarence Saved England: A Tale of the Great Invasion

by P. G. Wodehouse

Only a comic genius of the magnitude of P.G. Wodehouse could take a weighty subject like war and turn it into a rib-tickling joyride. The Swoop! is an account of a fictionalized invasion of England by several...


The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

by Charles Dickens & Wilkie Collins

Throughout his lifetime, Charles Dickens produced several works of fiction and non-fiction in collaboration with his friend and fellow writer, Wilkie Collins. This fictionalized account of a walking tour the...


Oh, Well, You Know How Women Are: And Isn't that Just Like a Man

by Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb & Mary Roberts Rinehart

Embarking on a career in journalism at the tender age of seventeen, Irvin S. Cobbs went on to become the youngest managing news editor in the United States before hitting 20. Later in life, he began to dabble...


The Gem Collector

by P. G. Wodehouse

First appearing in serial form in the publication Ainslee's Magazine, P.G. Wodehouse's novella The Gem Collector follows the exploits of stylish man about town Jimmy Pitt, who falls in with a fast crowd and...


A Garland for Girls

by Louisa May Alcott

Whether you're a long-time fan of Louisa May Alcott who is eager to explore more of her oeuvre or a newcomer to her work, the charming stories collected in A Garland for Girls offer a pleasing introduction to...


The Amercian Senator

by Anthony Trollope

'Fish out of water' novels offer skilled satirists an unparalleled opportunity to skewer the more ridiculous aspects of a particular society or historical period. In the hands of renowned humorist Anthony Trollope,...


The Adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane

by Alain-René Lesage & Tobias Smollett

The picaresque novel was an entertaining take on satire that came to prominence in early modern and Enlightenment-era Europe. Tales in this genre often features a dashing protagonist of humble origins who relies...


The Warden

by Anthony Trollope

The first of Anthony Trollope's works to receive widespread popular and critical acclaim, The Warden follows the career of Septimus Harding, the warden of an almshouse -- an early form of subsidized housing...


The American Claimant

by Mark Twain

Though he is best known as a humorist, famed American author Mark Twain also tried his hand at social satires, to much critical and popular acclaim. In The American Claimant, Twain provides a thematic follow-up...


The Adventures of Roderick Random

by Tobias Smollett

Famed Scottish satirist Tobias Smollett effortlessly blends humor and adventure in The Adventures of Roderick Random. Based on Smollett's own experiences in the military and heavily influenced by Miguel de Cervantes'...


The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

by Tobias Smollett

Travel through eighteenth-century Europe with aristocratic dandy Peregrine Pickle, a hilarious character plucked from the imagination of famed Scottish author Tobias Smollett. In The Adventures of Peregrine...


The Europeans

by Henry James

Henry James, the nineteenth-century American writer who was lauded for his skill with insightful, elegantly styled prose, was fascinated by the differences between Americans and their European counterparts....


Right Ho, Jeeves

by P. G. Wodehouse

In this, the second novel in P.G. Wodehouse's delightful Jeeves series, the family fumbles through a comedy of errors that is set in motion by a marriage proposal and a downward spiral of miscommunication and...


A Prefect's Uncle

by P. G. Wodehouse

Long before British humor master P.G. Wodehouse created the popular novel series based on the much-beloved character Jeeves, he sent up his native country's private school culture in A Prefect's Uncle. When...


Brewster's Millions

by George Barr McCutcheon

Young Brewster inherits a million dollars from his grandfather. Soon afterwards, his rich uncle also dies, leaving him seven million dollars. His uncle, however, hated Brewster's grandfather and places a condition...


Three Men on the Bummel

by Jerome K. Jerome

Three Men on the Bummel is the sequel to Three Men in a Boat, which Jerome K. Jerome originally wrote as a travel guide. As the humorous anecdotes took over the story, it eventually turned into a masterpiece...


A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

by Mark Twain

In Mark Twain's 1889 novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Hank Morgan awakes from a blow to the head only to find that he has been mysteriously transported back in time. It is early medieval England,...


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...