Jeeves Takes Charge - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 Summary

Whenever Wooster had previously met Sir Roderick it was when he was with Honoria, who tended to dwarf everybody else. Now he realises what a large man Sir Roderick is, with a bald head and shaggy eyebrows. He greets Sir Roderick merrily, and then remembers that he is meant to be very solemn. Sir Roderick apologises for being late, but explains that the Duke of Ramfurline who was exhibiting worrying symptoms has delayed him.

He asks if Wooster has a cat, which Wooster denies. Sir Roderick is certain he can hear one in the adjacent room, and says that he positively dislikes cats. He is, he says, disturbed by the ways of the world, and tells Wooster that during the morning his hat had been snatched off his head by somebody in the street. He believes that it was done by a person suffering from the same...

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