Wodehouse presented readers with a glimpse into the world of the upper class with Bertie Wooster and his valet, Jeeves. In the vignettes that followed, Jeeves showed his remarkable abilities to fix any problems and provide solutions to any troublesome situations that Bertie-or his friends-found themselves facing. The dialog is crisp and erudite and, oftentimes, so humorous that listeners will laugh out loud. This first collection of Jeeves stories, originally published in 1919, introduces listeners to the world of Britain's different classes in a most entertaining listening experience. Jonathan Cecil provides the right accents for each character, creating the perfect British atmosphere. Verdict Highly recommended for all Anglophiles and anyone who enjoys British humor. [See Audio/Video Must-Haves, LJ 5/15/05.-Ed.]-Gloria Maxwell, Metropolitan Community Coll.-Penn Valley Lib., Kansas City, MO (c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.