Azazel - Asimov's funny series
The Azazel series by Isaac Asimov
Isaac Asimov, master of science fiction tried his hand at writing a series of funny short stories in the manner of P G wodehouse, master of humor. Azazel is a little demon whose efforts to help his master end up in disaster. This is in the style of Wodehouse's Jeeves series, and abit like his Mulliner, and Golf stories.
I read these stories when I was a kid, but can't get my hands on it now. Any information is appreciated. Thank you, all.
I'm a fan of both Wodehouse and Asimov.
These are the Azazel stories listed by the Wikipedia, though I believe there are more.
(1982) One Night of Song
(1982) The Smile That Loses
(1988) The Two-Centimeter Demon
(1982) To the Victor
(1982) The Dim Rumble
(1983) Saving Humanity
(1983) A Matter of Principle
(1984) The Evil Drink Does
(1984) Writing Time
(1984) Dashing Through the Snow
(1985) Logic Is Logic
(1985) He Travels the Fastest
(1985) The Eye of the Beholder
(1986) More Things in Heaven and Earth
(1986) The Mind's Construction
(1986) The Fights of Spring
(1988) Flight of Fancy
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