Order of P.G. Wodehouse Books
Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse (1881-1975) was an English author of comic short stories and novels, best known for his Jeeves and Blandings Castle series. Widely considered a master of prose in the English language, the prolific author was admired by fellow contemporary authors such as Hilaire Belloc, Evelyn Waugh and Rudyard Kipling and modern authors such as Douglas Adams, J.K. Rowling and John le Carre. His writing style is known for mixing London clubroom slang with more elegant English. Wodehouse was passionate about golf, which is the subject of many of his stories (such as The Oldest Member), where all of the characters are consumed by the sport.
P.G. Wodehouse became a published author in 1902 with the novel The Pothunters. His final completed novel was Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen (aka The Cat-Nappers). Wodehouse passed away while writing Sunset at Blandings, which was finished and published in 1977. Below is a list of P.G. Wodehouse’s books in order of when they were originally published (as well as in chronological order when necessary):
Publication Order of School Books
|A Prefect's Uncle||(1903)|
|Tales of St. Austin's||(1903)|
|The Gold Bat and Other Stories||(1904)|
|Head of Kay's||(1905)|
|The White Feather||(1907)|
|Mike at Wrykn||(1953)|
Publication Order of Ukridge Books
Publication Order of Psmith Books
Chronologically Order of Psmith Books
Mike and Psmith was originally published as part of Mike in 1909 and thus comes first in the series chronologically.
Publication Order of Blandings Castle Books
Publication Order of Jeeves Books
Publication Order of Oldest Member Books
Publication Order of Mr. Mulliner Collections
|Meet Mr. Mulliner||(1927)|
|Mr. Mulliner Speaking||(1929)|
|The World of Mr. Mulliner||(1972)|
Publication Order of Monty Bodkin Books
Publication Order of Uncle Fred Books
|Uncle Fred in the Springtime||(1939)|
|Service with a Smile||(1962)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|The Globe By the Way Book||(1908)|
|Louder and Funnier||(1932)|
|Bring on the Girls||(1954)|
|Wodehouse on Wodehouse||(1980)|
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Notes: Something Fresh was published as Something New in the United States. The Coming of Bill was also published under the alternate titles Their Mutual Child (USA) and The White Hope. Jill the Reckless was also titled The Little Warrior. The Clicking of Cuthbert was also published as Golf Without Tears. The Girl on the Boat was also published as Three Men and a Maid. The Adventures of Sally is also known as Mostly Sally. Ukridge is also known as He Rather Enjoyed It. Sam the Sudden was also titled Sam in the Suburbs. The Heart of a Goof is also known as Divots. Summer Lightning was alternatively titled Fish Preferred. Barmy in Wonderland was also titled Angel Cake. Performing Flea was also published as Author! Author!. Over Seventy was also known as America, I Like You. Something Fishy was also published as The Butler Did It. Frozen Assets was also published as Biffen’s Millions. Company for Henry was also published as The Purloined Paperweight. Pearls, Girls and Monty Bodkin was also titled The Plot That Thickened. Aunts Aren’t Gentlemen is also known as The Cat-Nappers. The Gem Collector is an earlier serialized version of A Gentleman of Leisure (aka The Intrusion of Jimmy). Luck Stone was written under the pen name of Basil Windham.
The Inimitable Jeeve was also published as Jeeves. Right Ho, Jeeves was also known as Brinkley Manor. Ring for Jeeves is also known as The Return of Jeeves. Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit was also published under the title Bertie Wooster Sees It Through. Jeeves in the Offing was also known as How Right You Are, Jeeves. Much Obliged, Jeeves is also known as Jeeves and the Tie That Binds.
Blandings Castle and Elsewhere is also known as Blandings Castle. Lord Emsworth and Others was also published under the title Crime Wave at Blandings. Galahad at Blandings was also published as The Brinkmanship of Galahad Threepwood. A Pelican at Blandings is also known as No Nudes is Good Nudes.