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Something Fresh by P. G. Wodehousebook 1
Leave it to Psmith by P. G. Wodehousebook 2
Summer Lightning by P. G. Wodehousebook 3
Heavy Weather by P. G. Wodehousebook 4
Uncle Fred in the Springtime by P. G. Wodehousebook 5
Full Moon by P. G. Wodehousebook 6
Pigs Have Wings by P. G. Wodehousebook 7
Service with a Smile by P. G. Wodehousebook 8
Galahad at Blandings by P. G. Wodehousebook 9
A Pelican at Blandings by P. G. Wodehousebook 10
Sunset at Blandings by P. G. Wodehousebook 11
Best of Blandings - Summer Lightning, Service with a Smile, Pigs Have Wings, Full Moon, Uncle Fred in the Springtime, Heavy Weather (6 Volume Set) by P. G. WodehouseBox Set 3-8
Lord Emsworth Acts for the Best by P. G. WodehouseEight Short Stories
Lord Emsworth and others by P. G. WodehouseOne short story
The Most Of P.G. Wodehouse by P. G. WodehouseOne short story
Wodehouse On Crime by P. G. WodehouseOne short story
Blandings Castle by P. G. WodehouseSix short stories
Nothing Serious by P. G. Wodehouse one short story
Life at Blandings by P. G. Wodehouseomnibus 1, 3-4
The World of Blandings by P. G. Wodehouseomnibus 1, 3, Three short stories
Uncle Fred: An Omnibus: Uncle Fred in the Springtime; Uncle Dynamite; Cocktail Time by P. G. Wodehouse Omnibus 5
Imperial Blandings by P. G. WodehouseOmnibus 6-8

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The upper-class inhabitants of the fictional Blandings Castle, including the eccentric Lord Emsworth, obsessed by his prize-winning pig, the "Empress of Blandings", are the subject of eleven novels and nine short stories, written between 1915 and Wodehouse's death in 1975. This series crosses over with the Psmith series, and also introduces Monty Bodkin, a character who would feature in two further novels.

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