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Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit Themes

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Themes

Deceit

The primary theme of the novel is deceit, and the consequences of such deceit on everyday life. In the beginning, it is Florence and Wooster's deceit of Stilton that result in his anger and jealousy, as they sneak off to a nightclub, and then lie to Stilton to cover their tracks. This event results in Stilton's numerous attempts to cause bodily harm to Wooster, as well as his breaking off of his engagement to Florence. Later in the novel, Wooster attempts to deceive Stilton again as he hides in Florence's closet, but again is discovered, thereby causing Stilton to again threaten bodily harm.

Dahlia's deceit of her husband, Tom, nearly leads to her own demise, as well. Wanting to secure funding, Dahlia sells her pearl necklace and creates a fake in its place. However, her husband has someone coming to value her necklace. It is her attempts to...

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