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Summary

Three novels from comic master PG Wodehouse, featuring the incomparable Psmith! 

First, in Psmith In the City, Psmith takes on the world of commerce, in his genial efforts to reform bank manager Mr. Bickersdyke. Then, in Psmith Journalist, he converts twee family periodical "Cosy Moments" into the yellowest of yellow journals and thwarts the New York gangs in his crusade to unmask the owner of the notorious Pleasant Street tenements. And finally, in Leave It to Psmith, Psmith pursues distressed damsel Eve to Blandings Castle - the seat of fluffy-minded peer Lord Emsworth - in the guise of an absconded Canadian poet; and from the best possible motives embroils himself in a plot to steal Lady Constance Keeble's fabulous diamond necklace....

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My favourite PG Wodehouse character.

A real treat, well read and characterised. PG at his best, not a golfer in sight.

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terribly good

loved this, why has Psmith been eclipsed by Bertie Wooster? Psmith is a wonderful character.