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Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 through Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 4 through Chapter 7 Summary

Chapter 4 opens with a discussion of Stilton's activities as a rower, the results of which are a well built, muscular frame. Wooster finds himself noting this as Stilton threatens to break his neck, believing Wooster grew his mustache in an effort to win Florence. Wooster assures him this is not the case, but Stilton claims that after leaving Wooster's home, Florence ordered Stilton to grow a mustache, to which he flatly refused. Florence then broke off the engagement. Stilton accuses Jeeves of creating the plan to win Florence, but Wooster points out Jeeves disapproves of the facial hair. Stilton leaves to ponder these facts, and Wooster returns home where he finds Jeeves on the phone, refusing Percy's request for a thousand pounds. Jeeves and Wooster discuss the club books at the club, which the butlers are required to fill in with details of...

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