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Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 through Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 21 through Chapter 22 Summary

In Chapter 21, Wooster finds himself almost unable to contain his despair at the appearance of the necklace. Dahlia, on the other hand, is calm and expresses praise to Seppings. and states she assumes he found it on the floor, where Spode would have dropped it. Spode speaks up, however, and notes he was handling Dahlia's necklace at the time. Trotter rises to call police and Dahlia asks if she presumes Seppings stole the necklace. Seppings notes calmly that he in fact found the necklace in Jeeves' room. Trotter asks for Jeeves to appear, and Wooster believes he will soon have to tell the entire story, since the Wooster code could not allow Jeeves to take the blame, as he likely would do in such a situation. Jeeves arrives, and states calmly he found the necklace in the hall, and believed it to be...

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