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Title: Psmith in the City

Author: P. G. Wodehouse

Release Date: October, 2004 [EBook #6753] [Yes, we are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This file was first posted on January 23, 2003]

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Psmith in the City

by P. G. Wodehouse

[Dedication] to Leslie Havergal Bradshaw


1. Mr Bickersdyke Walks behind the Bowler’s Arm

2. Mike Hears Bad News

3. The New Era Begins

4. First Steps in a Business Career

5. The Other Man

6. Psmith Explains

7. Going into Winter Quarters

8. The Friendly Native

9. The Haunting of Mr Bickersdyke

10. Mr Bickersdyke Addresses His Constituents

11. Misunderstood

12. In a Nutshell

13. Mike is Moved On

14. Mr Waller Appears in a New Light

15. Stirring Times on the Common

16. Further Developments

17. Sunday Supper

18. Psmith Makes a Discovery

19. The Illness of Edward

20. Concerning a Cheque

21. Psmith Makes Inquiries

22. And Takes Steps

23. Mr Bickersdyke Makes a Concession

24. The Spirit of Unrest

25. At the Telephone

26. Breaking the News

27. At Lord’s

28. Psmith Arranges His Future

29. And Mike’s

30. The Last Sad Farewells

1. Mr Bickersdyke Walks behind the Bowler’s Arm

Considering what a prominent figure Mr John Bickersdyke was to be in Mike Jackson’s life, it was only appropriate that he should make a dramatic entry into it. This he did by walking behind the bowler’s arm when Mike

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