The Jeeves and Wooster stories and novels

In the collection THE MAN WITH TWO LEFT FEET - an early story in which Jeeves hardly appears
15EY    M2L    Extricating Young Gussie 

Stories collected in CARRY ON, JEEVES;  THE INIMITABLE JEEVES;  VERY GOOD, JEEVES:
16AC    COJ    The Artistic Career of Corky (Leave It to Jeeves) 
16AS    COJ    The Aunt and the Sluggard 
16JT    COJ    Jeeves Takes Charge 
16JU    COJ    Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest
17JH    COJ    Jeeves and the Hard Boiled Egg 
18JC    IJ     Jeeves and the Chump Cyril 
21JS    IJ     Jeeves in the Springtime 
22SO    IJ     Scoring Off Jeeves (Bertie Gets Even) 
22SR    IJ     Sir Roderick Comes To Lunch (Jeeves the Blighter) 
22AA    IJ     Aunt Agatha Takes the Count (Aunt Agatha Makes a Bloomer) 
22CB    IJ     Comrade Bingo 
22SH    IJ     The Great Sermon Handicap 
22PT    IJ     The Purity of the Turf 
22BC    COJ    Bertie Changes His Mind [narrated by Jeeves]
22MT    IJ     The Metropolitan Touch 
22BL    IJ     Bingo and the Little Woman 
22EC    IJ     The Exit of Claude and Eustace (The Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace) 
24RA    COJ    The Rummy Affair of Old Biffy 
25CR    COJ    Clustering Round Young Bingo 
25WO    COJ    Without the Option 
26IC    VGJ    The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy 
26JI    VGJ    Jeeves and the Impending Doom 
26FF    COJ    Fixing It for Freddie
27JY    VGJ    Jeeves and the Yule-Tide Spirit 
29JS    VGJ    Jeeves and the Song of Songs 
29JD    VGJ    Jeeves and the Dog McIntosh 
29JL    VGJ    Jeeves and the Love That Purifies 
29SA    VGJ    Jeeves and the Spot of Art 
30JK    VGJ    Jeeves and the Kid Clementina 
30JO    VGJ    Jeeves and the Old School Chum 
30IS    VGJ    Indian Summer of an Uncle
30TC    VGJ    Tuppy Changes His Mind (The Ordeal of Young Tuppy) 


TY34           THANK YOU, JEEVES 

RH34           RIGHT HO, JEEVES (Brinkley Manor) 

CW38           THE CODE OF THE WOOSTERS 

JM46           JOY IN THE MORNING (Jeeves in the Morning)

MS49           THE MATING SEASON 

A novelization of a play by Guy Bolton; Bertie doesn't appear "onstage" in it:
RJ53           RING FOR JEEVES (The Return of Jeeves) 

JF54           JEEVES AND THE FEUDAL SPIRIT (Bertie Wooster Sees It Through) 

In the collection A FEW QUICK ONES:
59JM    FQO    Jeeves Makes an Omelette (Jeeves and the Stolen Venus)

HR60           HOW RIGHT YOU ARE, JEEVES (Jeeves in the Offing) 

SU63           STIFF UPPER LIP, JEEVES 

In the collection PLUM PIE:
65JG    PP     Jeeves and the Greasy Bird 

MO71           MUCH OBLIGED, JEEVES (Jeeves and the Tie That Binds) 

AA74           AUNTS AREN'T GENTLEMEN (The Cat-nappers) 
The letter-and-number code comes from Dan Garrison's WHO'S WHO IN WODEHOUSE; the digits give the year of original publication.
The second column is an acronym of the main collection in which the short story can be found. More data on the short stories can be found at my story data page.

Titles in ALL CAPITALS are books (either novels or short-story collections).

Some of the stories were split into two chapters when collected into THE INIMITABLE JEEVES, and thus there are some different chapter titles; see the story data page for details.

Other collections have some of these stories; also, all the short stories except the first are in an omnibus called THE WORLD OF JEEVES. The collection LIFE WITH JEEVES has VGJ, IJ, and RH34.