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Carry on, Jeeves! Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3-4 Summary

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Chapter 3-4 Summary

Bertie is visited by Lady Malvern and her son Wilmot. Lady Malvern, a friend of Aunt Agatha's, is traveling around America doing a study on the prison systems in America for a book she is writing. Her son, Lady Malvern feels, is too weak to travel with her and she was told by her friend Agatha that Bertie would be more than happy to have him stay at his flat for a month. Lady Malvern feels certain that Wilmot will be no trouble since he enjoys only reading and is quiet by nature. She has Wilmot escort her to the train station with instructions that he will come directly back to the flat after dropping her off at the train. Bertie is upset over the situation, but not willing to make Aunt Agatha angry at him, accepts the situation. Bertie goes out to have a...

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