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The stories in this collection reflect Wodehouse's own happy schooldays at Dulwich College but they also do a good deal more. Although among his earliest attempts at fiction  they give fascinating glimpses of a time when motor cars were novelties, schoolmasters wore mortar boards and gowns, and America was a rising power in the world.  The best of them display the author's love of games and knack for neat plotting. In one, a resourceful teenaged heroine helps a truant schoolboy cricketer by marooning his credulous s