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Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit - Chapter 16 through Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 through Chapter 20 Summary

In Chapter 16, Wooster recounts a visit to the son of Aunt Agatha, Thos, where he and Jeeves confiscated a cosh, or a blackjack. He now rushes to find Jeeves and asks if he still has possession of the weapon. He does, and Wooster rides with Jeeves back to London to retrieve it, so he has protection against Stilton. Wooster arrives back at Brinkley to find Dahlia distraught, as she has not had an opportunity to corner Spode in an effort to blackmail him into saying the fake pearl necklace is real. Percy arrives, still full of concern over Wooster's well being, but Dahlia expels him from the room. As he leaves, he informs Dahlia that Mrs. Trotter is wishing to speak with her. Wooster is left alone, but is soon approached by Stilton. Wooster grasps the cosh in his jacket pocket.

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