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Psmith in the City
P. G. Wodehouse
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Psmith in the City
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A young man abandons his dream of playing cricket at Cambridge because of financial trouble and goes to work for a London bank, where he’s joined by an unflappable friend.

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Psmith in the City
I: Mr. Bickersdyke Walks Behind the Bowler’s Arm
II: Mike Hears Bad News
III: The New Era Begins
IV: First Steps in a Business Career
V: The Other Man
VI: Psmith Explains
VII: Going Into Winter Quarters
VIII: The Friendly Native
IX: The Haunting of Mr. Bickersdyke
X: Mr. Bickersdyke Addresses His Constituents
XI: Misunderstood
XII: In a Nutshell
XIII: Mike Is Moved On
XIV: Mr. Waller Appears in a New Light
XV: Stirring Times on the Common
XVI: Further Developments
XVII: Sunday Supper
XVIII: Psmith Makes a Discovery
XIX: The Illness of Edward
XX: Concerning a Cheque
XXI: Psmith Makes Inquiries
XXII: And Takes Steps
XXIII: Mr. Bickersdyke Makes a Concession
XXIV: The Spirit of Unrest
XXV: At the Telephone
XXVI: Breaking the News
XXVII: At Lord’s
XXVIII: Psmith Arranges His Future
XXIX: And Mike’s
XXX: The Last Sad Farewells
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