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Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 through Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 12 through Chapter 15 Summary

Chapter 12 finds Wooster attempting to calm Dahlia. She explains, after noting her extreme dislike of Wooster's mustache, that her problems began when she pawned her pearl necklace to finance her purchase of Morehead's serial for the Boudoir. She further notes she attempted to ask Tom for the money, but he refused. Knowing she needed the serial to sell the Boudoir, she had a replica of the necklace made, and then pawned the original. She believes Tom would never have known, except he has informed her Lord Sidcup, the man coming to look at his silver collection, will also look at her pearl necklace to determine its worth. Wooster realizes that if Tom discovers this situation, Dahlia will lose her status and her strong hold over Berkley. Additionally, Wooster now understands why she is searching for Jeeves, as he is known for getting others...

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