Jeeves Takes Charge - Study Guide Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Wooster has been engaged to Honoria for two weeks, during which time she has dragged him around picture galleries and classical concerts, and forced him to read educational literature as she begins the "moulding" process. She announces that Jeeves is a bad influence, and that when she and Wooster are married, Jeeves will have to go. Aunt Agatha agrees. Wooster cannot imagine how he will get through the trials of life without Jeeves to look after him.

After lunch Honoria goes shopping, while Aunt Agatha breaks the news to Wooster that a slight difficulty has arisen, as Honoria's uncle Roderick, a nerve specialist, is uncertain that Wooster is a suitable match for his niece. Wooster is ready to relinquish Honoria at the first opportunity, but Aunt Agatha says that Sir Roderick simply wants to know that Wooster is normal, because he has a strange idea that Wooster...

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