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Wodehouse, P. G.
Enter Psmith; or, Mike and Psmith

Imprint: New York, The Macmillan Company
Edition: 1st American Edition
Binding: Hardback , With Dust Jacket

Original publisher's orange cloth binding with multicolored illustrated dust wrapper in mylar. Wraparound illustration on dust wrapper shows Psmith leading an entourage holding his belongings as he reaches out to shake the hand of another man by a door. No date, circa 1935. 5 1/4" x 7 1/2." 247 pages, complete. Dust wrapper and pages and covers of book are very clean and intact. Binding is tight. Dust wrapper not price-clipped. Dust wrapper has two 1/4" chips; one on the top of the spine and one on the back panel. Some minor chips along bottom edge of dust wrapper. No remainder marks. A Fine book in a Very Good dust wrapper. Publisher's Note: "Psmith, the first of Mr. Wodehouse's most celebrated characters, is already known to the many thousands who have read Psmith in the City and Psmith, Journalist. But his earliest appearance has hitherto been unnoticed by the general public because it occurs in a school story, Mike. At the end of the first part of that book the hero, Mike Jackson, is removed from Wrykyn to the inferior establishment of Sedleigh, and on his first day there he meets Psmith, likewise a new boy, superannuated from Eton. From this point onwards Psmith dominates the scene, and it is this second part of Mike, a complete book in itself, which is reprinted here in an edition that should give it the independent status it deserves." Psmith first appeared in the serial, "The Lost Lambs," which constituted the latter half of the novel, Mike (1909). "The Lost Lambs" was later printed in book form as Enter Psmith (1935) and Mike and Psmith (1953), which are the same book but with alternate titles.. Book. Book Condition: Fine. Binding: Hardcover. Jacket: Very Good

Stock number: 020489.

Bookseller's details and sales conditions: Barry Cassidy Rare Books

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