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Carry on, Jeeves! - Chapter 1-2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1-2 Summary

P.G. Wodehouse's Carry On Jeeves is the story about Bertram "Bertie" Wooster and his gentleman's gentleman, Jeeves. Jeeves has a head suited to fix the oddest of problems and seems almost magic at times with his ability to understand people. Although Bertie is unsure at first of Jeeves, Bertie soon realizes that Jeeves is a necessity that no gentleman should be without.

The story takes place in the early part of the twentieth century in London. Bertram Wooster, often called Bertie by his friends, finds that his current gentleman's gentleman is stealing his silk socks. After firing him, Bertie is sent Jeeves by the agency. When Jeeves arrives, Bertie has been out the night before with his friends and has had too much to drink. Jeeves quickly slides past Bertie, seemingly without making a sound, and fixes Bertie a concoction that seems to fix...

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