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  • The Gold Batby P. G. Wodehouse

    The Floating Press 1904; US$ 3.99

    Schoolboy pranks, japes, and practical jokes abound in The Gold Bat, a novel from beloved British humor writer P.G. Wodehouse. Follow the exploits of two incorrigible jokers as they carry out a series of increasingly bold pranks -- and then try, with varying levels of success, to elude the consequences of their actions. more...

  • The Head of Kay'sby P. G. Wodehouse

    The Floating Press 1905; US$ 3.99

    Like many of Wodehouse's most popular works, The Head of Kay's is set among the British upper class; in this instance, the backdrop of the novel is a boarding school for boys. One dorm that is overseen by the much-maligned Mr. Kay has developed a reputation for hijinks -- and with good reason. This good-humored novel is the perfect read with... more...

  • The Gilded Ageby Mark Twain; Charles Dudley Warner

    The Floating Press 1873; US$ 3.99

    The only book that Mark Twain ever wrote in collaboration with another author, The Gilded Age is a novel that viciously and hilariously satirizes the greed, materialism, and corruption that characterized much of upper-class America in the nineteenth century. The title term -- inspired by a line in Shakespeare's King John -- has become synonymous... more...

  • Don't Tell Alfredby Nancy Mitford

    Penguin Books Ltd 2015; US$ 14.38

    Don't Tell Alfred is the wickedly funny sequel to Nancy Mitford's The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate . 'I believe it would have been normal for me to have paid a visit to the outgoing ambassadress. However the said ambassadress had set up such an uninhibited wail when she knew she was to leave, proclaiming her misery to all... more...

  • Lunatic at Largeby J. Storer Clouston

    The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99

    Brace yourself for a barrage of belly laughs when you dig into to Lunatic at Large by renowned humor writer J. Storer Clouston. Good-natured (and only slightly mad) protagonist Francis Beveridge slips unnoticed from the mental institution he calls home to treat himself to a good time in London's most luxurious haunts. As you might guess, a series... more...

  • Vice Versaby F. Anstey

    The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99

    The concept of body switching has been used as fodder for Hollywood blockbusters for decades. Humor writer F. Anstey's take on this time-honored trope, Vice Versa, recounts the hilarious hijinks that ensue when a boy and his father suddenly and mysteriously wind up inhabiting each other's skin. Adapted for the silver screen four times, this... more...

  • The Inventions of the Idiotby John Kendrick Bangs

    The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99

    What happens when a brilliant but eccentric tinkerer sets his mind on improving the conditions of mankind through the power of science? John Kendrick Bangs' follow-up to The Idiot details this one-of-a-kind inventor's ideas -- some brilliant, some batty -- in this eminently readable romp. more...

  • The Idiotby John Kendrick Bangs

    The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99

    Today, quirky or eccentric outsiders are often afforded a measure of tolerance or even respect. In the nineteenth century, however, these original thinkers were often regarded as dangerous crackpots and subjected to scorn -- or worse. John Kendrick Bangs' The Idiot follows the ups and downs of one such unfortunate fellow in a most amusing fashion. more...

  • All Roads Lead to Calvaryby Jerome K. Jerome

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    The novel All Roads Lead to Cavalry offers an irreverent take on the social forces at play in England in the period leading up to and just following the outbreak of World War I. If you're interested in history but often find yourself bored by historical fiction, this funny, one-of-a-kind novel is for you. more...

  • Diary of a Pilgrimageby Jerome K. Jerome

    The Floating Press 2012; US$ 3.99

    Author, actor, playwright and journalist Jerome K. Jerome first rose to literary acclaim as a writer of hilarious travelogues. Diary of a Pilgrimage continues in this vein, recounting a journey by train to take in a performance of a passion play in Germany during which Jerome and his traveling companions must contend with a number of logistical difficulties,... more...