The immortal valet, Jeeves, shimmers to Bertie Wooster's assistance time and again in the first volume of these side-splittingly funny unabridged tales. Whether saving a cabinet minister from a marauding swan, rescuing Bertie's chums from bowls of proverbial soup, or arranging unhingeing performances of 'Sonny Boy', Jeeves' genius (and Wodehouse's) is unparalleled. Especially concerning the extraordinary incident of the punctured hot-water bottle! Tuppy Glossop, Bingo Little, Sippy Sipperly, even Bertie's formidable Aunt Agatha - all have reason to be grateful to Jeeves. But Jeeves' greatest achievement is, of course, in saving Bertie from himself.
1. Jeeves and the Impending Doom 2. The inferiority Complex of Old Sippy 3. Jeeves and the Yule-Tide Spirit 4. Jeeves and the Song of Songs 5. Episode of the Dog McIntosh 6. The Spot of Art