P. G. Wodehouse Short Stories Bibliography
The following is an incomplete list of short stories by P. G. Wodehouse grouped by the Wodehouse canon to which they belong, if applicable, within which they are listed by date of first publication.
For a list of Wodehouse's books, including novels and collections of short stories, see P. G. Wodehouse bibliography.
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