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Very Good, Jeeves
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First published in US: June 20 1930 by Doubleday Doran, Garden City, New York
First published in UK: July 4 1930 by Herbert Jenkins, London

Russian translations

If ever Bertie needs extracting from the soup, he must call for Jeeves.

Whoever or whatever the cause of Bertie Wooster's consternation - Bobbie Wickham giving away his fierce Aunt Agatha's dog; getting into the bad books of Sir Roderick Glossop; attempting to scupper the unfortunate infatuation of his friend Tuppy for a robust opera singer - Jeeves can always be relied on to untangle the most ferocious of muddles - even Bertie's.

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Copyright Michel Kuzmenko (gmk), The Russian Wodehouse Society © 1996-2012. Established 04/04/1996.