Andrea:I just came upon your blog and posted to a November note instead of this latest. I have been a P.G. Wodehouse fan for a very long time. Here is a list of the books I have read.A Damsel in DistressA Few Quick OnesA Gentleman of LeisureA Pelican at BlandingsA Wodehouse Bestiary Bachelors AnonymousBarmy in WonderlandBertie Wooster Sees It ThroughBig MoneyBill the ConquerorCarry On, JeevesCocktail TimeDoctor SallyDo Butlers Burge Banks?Enter JeevesFrozen AssetsFrench LeaveFull MoonGalahad at BlandingsHeavy WeatherHot WaterHow Right You Are, JeevesIce in the BedroomJeeves and the Feudal SpiritJeeves in the MorningJeeves in the OffingJoy in the MorningLaughing GasLeave It to PsmithLord Emsworth and OthersMeet Mr. MullinerMoney for NothingMuch Obliged, JeevesNothing SeriousPicadilly JimPigs Have WingsPlum Pie Psmith in the CityQuick ServiceRight Ho, JeevesRing for JeevesSam the SuddenService with a Smile Something FishySomething FreshSpring FeverStiff Upper Lip, JeevesSummer LightningSummer MoonshineThank You. JeevesThe Adventures of SallyThe Brinksmanship of Galahad ThreepwoodThe Butler Did itThe Cat-nappersThe Clicking of CuthbertThe Code of the WoostersThe Eighteen-Carat KidThe Girl in BlueThe Girl on the BoatThe Golf OmnibusThe Ice in the BedroomThe Inimitable JeevesThe Luck of the BodkinsThe Man with Two Left FeetThe Mating SeasonThe Old ReliableThe Return of JeevesThe Small BachelorThe World of Mr. MullinerUkridgeUncle DynamiteUncle Fred in the SpringtimeVery Good, JeevesYoung Men in Spats
Andrea:And the reason I know which P.G. Wodehouse books I have read is because I started a list of every book I read in 1964 when I was 17. The list is now 3,138 books long.