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Jeeves Takes Charge Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

Shortly before Christmas, Wooster receives an invitation from Lady Wickham to spend the festive season at Skeldings. He asks Jeeves to pack suitable clothing, and ignores the frosty look that Jeeves is sending his way. When Jeeves reminds him that they had planned to go to Monte Carlo after Christmas, Wooster replies that their plans have now changed.

The telephone rings, and handing it to Wooster, Jeeves announces Aunt Agatha. Aunt Agatha says that she has heard that he will be at Skeldings for Christmas, and that he is to behave himself, because Sir Roderick will be there. She has persuaded Sir Roderick to give Wooster another chance to prove he is not a lunatic. Although Wooster is disturbed at the prospect of having to face the terrifying Sir Roderick again, he does have a valid personal reason for wanting to go to Skeldings. Jeeves is unsympathetic...

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