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The Intrusion of Jimmy - Penn State University

The Intrusion of Jimmy - Penn State University

The Intrusion of Jimmy - Penn State

THE INTRUSION OF JIMMY BY P.G. WODEHOUSE An Electronic Classics Series Publication

  • Page 2 and 3: The Intrusion of Jimmy by P. G. Wod
  • Page 4 and 5: escaped without a blush of shame vi
  • Page 6 and 7: his newspaper days; and, though eve
  • Page 8 and 9: Jimmy leaned back in his chair, and
  • Page 10 and 11: “How long do you want?” “Ther
  • Page 12 and 13: “I don’t know,” said Jimmy, s
  • Page 14 and 15: you like some baby bird singing its
  • Page 16 and 17: “I always am.” “I suppose it
  • Page 18 and 19: CHAPTER III Mr. McEachern AT ABOUT
  • Page 20 and 21: Brooklyn or the Bronx. At last, aft
  • Page 22 and 23: CHAPTER IV Molly “WHY, MOLLY,”
  • Page 24 and 25: Sherry’s, and you shall start at
  • Page 26 and 27: the left, and it would have fallen
  • Page 28 and 29: There was something singularly enga
  • Page 30 and 31: Jimmy laughed. “The police would
  • Page 32 and 33: in, to regard it almost as a sacred
  • Page 34 and 35: don’t say later on that I didn’
  • Page 36 and 37: “You have been well-grounded, Spi
  • Page 38 and 39: CHAPTER VII Getting Acquainted A CY
  • Page 40 and 41: to put me in bad wit’ you. Dat’
  • Page 42 and 43: eats dem alive. An’ jools from du
  • Page 44 and 45: Molly smiled. “I remember seeing
  • Page 46 and 47: ment. At no point in their history
  • Page 48 and 49: “Of course. Absurd—quite absurd
  • Page 50 and 51: Sir Thomas read this over, put in a
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    lars at any hour of the day should

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    Jimmy paid his bill, and got up to

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    “Oh, well, it’s only that I wan

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    followed by one of stolid woodennes

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    as having been purchased out of the

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    Jimmy chewed the stem of his pipe i

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    CHAPTER XI At the Turn of the Road

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    of course? One of those frightful f

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    “Eight. Good-bye.” Jimmy return

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    Jimmy said he would be delighted.

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    “No, I’ll walk,” said Jimmy.

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    emembered his name. “It’s like

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    moves across a meadow in the summer

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    mas. He wasn’t going to trust any

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    “Well?” said Molly. “It’s w

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    The Intrusion of Jimmy ing, but Jim

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    when he is lathering his face, prep

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    “Hush, Spike, this is scandal!”

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    Jimmy smiled pleasantly. “Come in

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    Jimmy got up and walked round to th

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    No, quiet explanations must be post

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    all, an informal dinner. It was not

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    It was addressed to the Manager of

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    was coaching into something approac

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    “Oh, look!” said Molly. “Ther

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    moments later, he was out on the te

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    “Father!” she cried. “What ar

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    He spoke cautiously, vaguely, feeli

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    hesitated for a moment, for the con

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    walked back to the house together,

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    It only wants bringing out. And thi

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    who had profited by a series of mis

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    He held out an empty hand. “Got i

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    “What on earth’s the matter?”

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    was true, there was a billiard-tabl

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    McEachern in the affair, though the

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    “Sure. It was de foist on de—

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    vants’ hall would, of course, sta

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    CHAPTER XIX On the Lake IN MAKING L

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    She hung her head. Jimmy bent forwa

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    “Jimmy—” She stopped. He wait

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    stranger, an intruder, a trespasser

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    Thomas could make it deucedly unple

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    “What exactly is re-piquing?” h

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    “I don’t know. I don’t.”

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    attempting, unfortified by that fac

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    “Spike, the misogynist! You wait,

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    CHAPTER XXII Two of a Trade Disagre

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    “Why, say, boss, dose sleut’s i

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    Spike proceeded. “Well, de odder

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    Spike watched him with a slight ret

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    same club, and a member of a club w

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    “I—” began his lordship. “W

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    the stairs to let her go down befor

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    “Eh?” yelled Sir Thomas. His lo

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    days he would have called “a jaw

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    Spennie, in his time, had extracted

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    cowards of us all. Spennie bit his

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    ing her free of the room. The movem

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    She pushed him gently away. “Yes,

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    He had provided himself with an ele

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    sounds a bit thin.” “Dreever, o

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    “Pitt, old man,” said his lords

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    “I say, Pitt, that yarn you told

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    ings and repartee alternately. A ci

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    “On the contrary! It’s the one

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    CHAPTER XXVII A Declaration of Inde

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    Sir Thomas had staggered to a chair

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    had been in hiding, was taken aback

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    His fingers closed on the door-hand

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    tion. “Here’s the whole thing i

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    support. But the audience bore no m

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    Oblivious, therefore, to the storm

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    did it with me. Yet, look at the mi

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    He paused, and eyed the ex-policema

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    “Blest if I know. You can tell me

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    had better go and let him out. Poss

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    Jimmy nodded. McEachern drummed his

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    ustle in the ivy on the castle wall

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    Jimmy lighted his pipe, and threw t

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