The Most of P.G. Wodehouse - Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge Summary & Analysis

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Stanley Featherstonehaugh Ukridge Summary

The first story is called "Ukridge's Dog College", in which Ukridge thinks if he can train this starter group of six Pekingese puppies and sell them to major Hollywood movie-makers, then soon Ukridge-trained dogs will be all anyone will want to own. He just has to get started, but he is without any money. Corky's plan to help is to ask George Tupper for help finding capital for Ukridge, and George's plan is to ask Ukridge's aunt. With George on the job, Corky arrives to learn that Ukridge is in overwhelming debt, and has made very little progress in his dog-training due to his landlord's having taken the dogs as collateral against his rent. Ukridge collects money from a shady-looking man at the train station, and he and Corky go to the landlord's office to pay the rent. To...

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