Jeeves Takes Charge - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Confident that nothing can go wrong with his clever plot, Wooster's sole regret is that because Jeeves is away on holiday, he will not be there to witness the successful outcome. All Wooster has to do to ensure the success of his plan, he believes, is to get Honoria to be in the right place at the right time.

Honoria returns to Ditteredge Hall with her friend Daphne Braythwayt. Wooster finds Dapne most attractive because she is nothing at all like Honoria.

Wooster maneuvers Honoria towards the bridge, and tells her that his friend is in love with her, but that unable to tell her so because he is rather shy. As he describes the virtue of her admirer, Honoria laughs, making a noise that Wooster thinks is like a train going into a tunnel. Oswald is irritated by the noise because it frightens the fish. Honoria...

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