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Psmith, Journalist

By Wodehouse, Pelham Grenville

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Title: Psmith, Journalist  
Author: Wodehouse, Pelham Grenville
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: Chapter 1. ?COSY MOMENTS? The man in the street would not have known it, but a great crisis was imminent in New York journalism. Everything seemed much as usual in the city. The cars ran blithely on Broadway. Newsboys shouted ?Wux?try!? into the ears of nervous pedestrians with their usual Caruso?like vim. Society passed up and down Fifth Avenue in its automobiles, and was there a furrow of anxiety upon Society?s brow? None. At a thousand street corners a thousand policemen preserved their air of massive superiority to the things of this world. Not one of them showed the least sign of perturbation. Nevertheless, the crisis was at hand. Mr. J. Fillken Wilberfloss, editor?in?chief of Cosy Moments, was about to leave his post and start on a ten weeks? holiday. In New York one may find every class of paper which the imagination can conceive. Every grade of society is catered for. If an Esquimau came to New York, the first thing he would find on the bookstalls in all probability would be the Blubber Magazine, or some similar production written by Esquimaux for Esquimaux. Everybody reads in New York, and reads all the time. The New Yorker peruses his favourite paper while he is being jammed into a crowded compartment on the subway or leaping like an antelope into a moving Street car.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Psmith, Journalist, 1 -- P.G. Wodehouse, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- Chapter I. COSY MOMENTS, 2 -- Chapter II. BILLY WINDSOR, 4 -- Chapter III. AT THE GARDENIA, 7 -- Chapter IV. BAT JARVIS, 10 -- Chapter V. PLANNING IMPROVEMENTS, 13 -- Chapter VI. THE TENEMENTS, 16 -- Chapter VII. VISITORS AT THE OFFICE, 19 -- Chapter VIII. THE HONEYED WORD, 20 -- Chapter IX. FULL STEAM AHEAD, 25 -- Chapter X. GOING SOME, 28 -- Chapter XI. THE MAN AT THE ASTOR, 33 -- Chapter XII. A RED TAXIMETER, 38 -- Chapter XIII. REVIEWING THE SITUATION, 41 -- Chapter XIV. THE HIGHFIELD, 45 -- Chapter XV. AN ADDITION TO THE STAFF, 49 -- Chapter XVI. THE FIRST BATTLE, 52 -- Chapter XVII. GUERILLA WARFARE, 57 -- Chapter XVIII. AN EPISODE BY THE WAY, 60 -- Chapter XIX. IN PLEASANT STREET, 62 -- Chapter XX. CORNERED, 65 -- Chapter XXI. THE BATTLE OF PLEASANT STREET, 70 -- Chapter XXII. CONCERNING MR. WARING, 75 -- Chapter XXIII. REDUCTIONS IN THE STAFF, 79 -- Chapter XXIV. A GATHERING OF CAT?SPECIALISTS, 84 -- Chapter XXV. TRAPPED, 90 -- Chapter XXVI. A FRIEND IN NEED, 96 -- Chapter XXVII. PSMITH CONCLUDES HIS RIDE, 99 -- Chapter XXVIII. STANDING ROOM ONLY, 103 -- Chapter XXIX. THE KNOCK?OUT FOR MR WARING, 109 -- Psmith, Journalist -- is


 

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