Jeeves Takes Charge - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Wooster muses on the fact that what he enjoys is a quiet life, with regular meals, an occasional visit to a good musical, and having a couple of friends. He has just returned from France and is feeling that life is going his way, and his troublesome and domineering Aunt Agatha is unlikely to upset him, because she is recovering from an embarrassing incident that had taken place while they were in France. It is while he is enjoying this contented frame of mind that he is dismayed to overhear Jeeves, who is about to go on his annual holiday, telling his replacement that Wooster is exceedingly pleasant, but mentally negligible.

Wooster debates whether he should chastise Jeeves, but he feels it would be a waste of time as Jeeves seems to be immune to any rebuke, and so he calls for his hat and stick in...

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