Stories from The Strand (UK)

 

Here are all the Wodehouse stories and serialized episodes of novels that appeared in the Strand magazine from 1905 to 1922. Many were collected in volumes of short stories, but several did not appear between hard covers during Wodehouse’s lifetime. We have included the original magazine illustrations, in colour when possible! Items with annotations are flagged with the symbol ✎ below. Enjoy!

 

✎ The Wire-Pullers (a Joan Romney story) — July 1905

The Lost Bowlers (a James Innes story) — September 1905

Petticoat Influence (a Joan Romney story) — February 1906

The Good Angel — February 1910

The Man Upstairs — March 1910

“Rough-Hew Them How We Will.” — April 1910

Deep Waters — June 1910

By Advice of Counsel — July 1910

“Love Me, Love My Dog.” — August 1910

Out of School — October 1910

✎ When Doctors Disagree — December 1910

Absent Treatment (a Reggie Pepper story) — March 1911

✎ The Best Sauce — July 1911

Three from Dunsterville - August 1911

Helping Freddie (a Reggie Pepper story) - September 1911

✎ Pots o’ Money - December 1911

The Goal-Keeper and the Plutocrat — January 1912

The Prince and Betty (Part 1) — February 1912

The Prince and Betty (Part 2) — March 1912

The Prince and Betty (Part 3) — April 1912

✎ The Man Who Disliked Cats - May 1912

Ruth in Exile - July 1912

Disentangling Old Percy (a Reggie Pepper story) - August 1912

The Tuppenny Millionaire - October 1912

Rallying Round Old George (a Reggie Pepper story) - December 1912

A Job of Work — January 1913

Something to Worry About — February 1913

Doing Clarence a Bit of Good (a Reggie Pepper story) - May 1913

Keeping it from Harold — December 1913

A Man of Means: 1. The Landlady’s Daughter - April 1914

A Man of Means: 2. The Bolt from the Blue - May 1914

A Man of Means: 3. The Episode of the Theatrical Venture - June 1914

A Man of Means: 4. The Episode of the Live Weekly - July 1914

A Man of Means: 5. The Episode of the Exiled Monarch - August 1914

A Man of Means: 6. The Episode of the Hired Past - September 1914

Creatures of Impulse — October 1914

✎ Parted Ways — December 1914

“Parted Ways” was later re-written as a Mulliner story called “Best Seller.”

The Romance of an Ugly Policeman - January 1915

Concealed Art (a Reggie Pepper story) - February 1915

A Prisoner of War — March 1915

✎ Bill the Bloodhound — April 1915

The Making of Mac’s — May 1915

Black for Luck — June 1915

Wilton’s Holiday — July 1915

The Love-r-ly Silver Cup — October 1915

The Mixer [I] — November 1915

The Mixer [II] - December 1915

Extricating Young Gussie — January 1916

The Man With Two Left Feet — May 1916

✎ Leave It to Jeeves — June 1916

The Aunt and the Sluggard — August 1916

Uneasy Money: Part 1 — December 1916

Uneasy Money: Part 2 — January 1917

Uneasy Money: Part 3 — February 1917

Uneasy Money: Part 4 — March 1917

Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest — March 1917

Uneasy Money: Part 5 — April 1917

Uneasy Money: Part 6 — May 1917

Uneasy Money: Part 7 — June 1917

Jeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg — August 1917

Jeeves and the Chump Cyril — August 1918

✎ A Woman is Only a Woman — October 1919

The Spring Frock — December 1919

A Kink in His Character — February 1920

* Eleven stories about Archie Moffam, later reworked into the novel Indiscretions of Archie:

*The Man Who Married an Hotel — March 1920

*Archie and the Sausage Chappie — April 1920

*Dear Old Squiffy — May 1920

*“Doing Father a Bit of Good” — June 1920

*“Paving the Way for Mabel” — July 1920

*Washy Makes His Presence Felt — August 1920

*A Room at the Hermitage — September 1920

*First Aid for Looney Biddle — October 1920

*Mother’s Knee — November 1920

Sundered Hearts — December 1920

*Strange Experiences of an Artist’s Model — January 1921

*The Wigmore Venus — February 1921

✎ A Mixed Threesome — March 1921

✎ The Rough Stuff — April 1921

The Coming of Gowf — May 1921

The Salvation of George Mackintosh — June 1921

The Long Hole — August 1921

The Unexpected Clicking of Cuthbert — October 1921

✎ The Heel of Achilles — November 1921

A brief biographical sketch, introducing the next set of Jeeves stories: (PDF file, opens in new window or tab)

P. G. Wodehouse: The Creator of “Jeeves” and “Archie” — December 1921

✎ Jeeves in the Spring-Time — December 1921

Scoring Off Jeeves — February 1922

✎ Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch — March 1922

✎ Aunt Agatha Takes the Count — April 1922

Comrade Bingo — May 1922

The Great Sermon Handicap — June 1922

The Purity of the Turf — July 1922

Bertie Changes His Mind — August 1922

The Metropolitan Touch — September 1922

The Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace — October 1922

Bingo and the Little Woman — November 1922

The Magic Plus Fours — December 1922