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Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 through Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 8 through Chapter 11 Summary

In Chapter 8, Wooster finds himself elated at the idea that all in his life is well. However, he soon receives several telegrams from his Aunt Dahlia, requesting his presence at Berkley. After many exchanges back and forth, Wooster learns she is requesting his presence to cheer Percy, who is in love with Florence, and who is heartbroken that she is engaged. He is to arrive immediately, and is also to pick up Dahlia's pearl necklace from town, as well. Wooster claims to be thinking on the idea when Dahlia calls. Dahlia, from an upbringing of hunting, has a booming voice, and demands he come quickly to cheer Percy. Dahlia admits she has the Trotters and their son in her home in an effort to do business with L.G. Trotter. Wooster attempts to escape by claiming he cannot see Percy after refusing to...

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