Series: Ukridge

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Love Among the Chickens by P. G. Wodehouse1
Ukridge by P. G. Wodehouse2
Lord Emsworth and Others by P. G. Wodehousethree short stories
Eggs, Beans and Crumpets by P. G. Wodehouseshort stories
Nothing Serious by P. G. Wodehouseone short story
A Few Quick Ones by P. G. Wodehouseone short story
Plum Pie by P. G. Wodehouseone short story
Ukridge, and Nothing Serious by P. G. WodehouseOmnibus 2 & one short story

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Series description

The various adventures of Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge. He is a scheming character, always looking to enlarge his income. The stories in the collection Ukridge come before the previous published Love Among the Chickens

P. G. Wodehouse bibliography in Wikipedia


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