Jeeves Takes Charge - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

While singing his favourite song, "Sonny Boy" in his bath, Wooster is interrupted by the unexpected arrival of Tuppy Glossop. He finds it strange that Tuppy should visit him at a time when he must have know he would be in the bath. In the sitting room he discovers Tuppy playing "Sonny Boy" on the piano. Tuppy tells Wooster that he has fallen in love with a girl named Cora Bellinger, who is studying operatic singing. There is an impediment to their relationship, as Cora is a most serious-minded girl who needs reassuring that Tuppy is not a practical joker. He implores Wooster, for the sake of his future happiness, to tell Cora that the story she has heard about the trick he had played on Wooster, is untrue. Wooster agrees, and Tuppy arranges to bring Cora for lunch.

Once Tuppy has left, Wooster tells Jeeves what...

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