Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit - Study Guide Chapter 1 through Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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"Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit" by P.G. Wodehouse is a comical novel about the lives of wealthy aristocrats, who survive only thanks to the quick wit of their butler, Jeeves. It is through him that these individuals are allowed to escape marriage, bodily harm, jail, and embarrassment in a humorous novel about a man named Wooster and his life as a wealthy bachelor.

Chapter 1 begins with Bertram Wooster taking a bath. His Aunt Dahlia has requested that he entertain the Trotters that evening and has warned him they are rather boring. Wooster admits he is lost without his butler, Jeeves, who has been on holiday. He is therefore happy when Jeeves returns that very afternoon. Jeeves plans to go to the Junior Ganymede, a posh club for butlers and valets while Wooster dines out. Jeeves recaps a letter Wooster has received from...

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