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Bernice Bobs Her Hair, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Bernice has rare beauty and wealth, but is undeniably socially awkward. Her cousin Marjorie does he best to make her into a social vampire. To be a socialite in America in the 1920s, some of the more archaic feminine ideals need to go.
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Jeeves and the Chump Cyril, by P.G. Wodehouse
Aunt Agatha breaks her icy silence, and asks Bertie to look after a fellow Englishman, Cyril, who is visiting in New York. She only has one stipulation: keep Cyril off the American stage.
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Jeeves and the Hard Boiled Egg, by P.G. Wodehouse
Can you really make a fortune with a chicken farm? Bertie’s pal thinks so. And though he’s not generously endowed with the gray matter, Jeeves certainly is. And when the need arises for some instant capital, Jeeves knows just how to drum it up...
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Jeeves and the Unwanted Guest, by P.G. Wodehouse
Jeeves stays his hand. Yes, that’s right. Even though a particularly well upholstered friend of Aunt Agatha chucks her bleary-eyed milk sot of a son Bertie for a month.
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Leave It To Jeeves, by P.G. Wodehouse
When one of Bertie Wooster’s American chums needs help in getting his hard-nosed uncle to approve of his intended, Jeeves demonstrates his collossal mind power with the equanimity of a true gentleman’s gentleman.
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Right Ho, Jeeves
Gussie Fink-Nottle can't quite find the pluck to ask the girl of his dreams to marry him. He consults Jeeves of course. But Bertie, feeling his lemon just as supple as his manservant's, steps in and takes over the case.
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer emanates self-confidence wherever he goes. With his buddy Huck Finn, pretty Becky Thatcher, cantankerous Aunt Polly and a host of others, let's begin a journey to the time of riverboats, fishin' holes, and midnight grave robbers.
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The Canterville Ghost, by Oscar Wilde
The Ghost that haunts Canterville Chase has built a marvelous career of midnight haunting. But when an American family moves in, they simply have no respect for permanent bloodstains, nightmarish chains or ancient legends. They even throw pillows at him.
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The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Caleveras County, by Mark Twain
Leonidas W. Smiley would bet on anything. Horse races, dog fights, cat fights, chicken fights - all were fair game to the gambling nature of Smiley. But he meets his match when a stranger comes into town, and puts his champion jumping frog to the test.
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The Diaries of Adam and Eve, by Mark Twain
Adam had a fine life. He had all the food he wanted, a fine garden to live in, and miles and miles of peace and quiet. Until one day, a woman entered his life.
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The Duplicity of Hargraves, by O. Henry
Major Talbot is a bona fide Southern gentleman. The trivial matters of today can't hold a candle to the grand old times when the Southern gentleman was the true American aristocrat.
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The Lady or the Tiger, mostly by Frank Stockton
The justice of a barbaric king leads a young man to decide between life and death. His choice is perfectly simple – choose either the lady or the tiger.
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The Man Upstairs, by P.G. Wodehouse
P.G. Wodehouse gives us a delightful romantic comedy of two struggling artists who fantastically misunderstand each other.
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The Man Who Corrupted Hadleyburg, by Mark Twain
Hadleyburg enjoys the reputation of being an incorruptible town. Every citizen has developed a perfect sense of honesty. But they have the misfortune of offending a certain revengeful man
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The Man Who Disliked Cats, by P.G. Wodehouse
Jean Priaulx, an aspiring artist, dislikes cats. That may be an understatement. He can't stand them. Their existence is noxious to him. Why? Because he holds one of them responsible for destroying his life.
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