9 Works in Blandings Castle - P. G. Wodehouse

Listing Works

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    The Empress of Blandings has disappeared – again. A distraught Lord Emsworth demands help from New Scotland Yard and the task falls to the Air Police, because looking for a lost pig from the air makes sense, right? Are Algy Lacey and Bertie Lissie up to the task of finding the prizewinning pig, and has Bertie met his match in Galahad Threepwood when it comes to cheerful chattering?

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    A harrowing tale of Bees, Paintings and Girls with Ideas, with a small but crucial role played by the Empress of Blandings showing her usual stunning form.

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    Like it says on the tin, B.S. at Blandings. Blair Sandburg (and Jim Ellison) at Blandings Castle, that is. Or, if you prefer, change the 'B.S.' to 'BS' and… well, there you have it; the story summed up in a nutshell.

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    25
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    2
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    Upon a brief sojourn to Blandings, the efficient (and somewhat interfering) Baxter seems to suspect Bertie Wooster of something diabolical, though he isn't quite sure of what... Through intrusive observation and a misunderstanding, he comes to the conclusion that he is having an illicit, homosexual affair with his valet, Jeeves.

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    8
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    A drabble a week for any fandom that catches my fancy, prompted with words plucked from the pages of a weekly periodical.

    1. "From the Channel to London" (Scarlet Pimpernel): Percy Blakeney acts the fop again.
    2. "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (Macdonald Hall): Christmas festivities courtesy of Macdonald Hall.
    3. "We Have You Surrounded" (Get Smart): How will Siegfried and Starker escape?
    4. "Broccoli and Bullets" (Blandings Castle): The efficient Baxter just can't catch a break.
    5. "The Ledger" (Monuments Men): Claire had a project. Now James Granger does. Drabble pair.
    6. "11:50 pm, April 28, Riverton, IN" (Alvin Fernald): Spoilery tag to Mayor for a Day.

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    A dark force coming to Blandings castle? What will Galahad do? what's already there? And Why are Ukridge and Corky taking a train ride? And what is up with the whacking great wolf? Very much a loving pastiche of Plum.

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    3/?
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    3
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    5
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    Lord Emsworth's new secretary, John Smith, is the barmiest yet. He claims to be chasing aliens, digs up the garden and proposes to girls he doesn't want to marry. Even worse, the fellow's unsound on the subject of pigs.

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    6
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    The desire to bring joy to spread sweetness and light in the life of an ambitious chorus girl brings the fifth Earl of Ickenham, better known as Pongo Twistleton's Uncle Fred, in yet another guise to Blandings Castle. It is up to the gallant Hon. Galahad Threepwood to help untangle the resulting complications and unite two loving hearts.

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    Story by Peak in Darien

    The modern reader, one hears, does not care for too much about rolling parkland and chirruping birds. He wants action and pace: the thrill of the good chap triumphing over all, the beaning of villains, and all that rot. Shock and awe are the order of the day. How fortunate, then, that the chronicle in question here was full of shock and awe.

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