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Jeeves Takes Charge Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 Summary

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Chapter 8 Summary

Wooster finds himself dog-sitting for Aunt Agatha's Aberdeen terrier McIntosh, while she is away in France. Despite being awoken each day by the dog at the ungodly hour of 10.00 am - Wooster is quite fond of the animal. However, he is relieved when he receives a letter from Aunt Agatha announcing her return from France that evening, and saying that she expects McIntosh to be delivered to her home between the hours of six and seven. Jeeves remarks that he will miss the little fellow. Wooster confesses that he has found it a strain having the responsibility of the dog, because there is no knowing what Aunt Agatha would have done if any harm had befallen the animal.

At the same time Wooster receives another letter announcing that Miss Roberta Wickham has invited herself to lunch that day. Jeeves indicates his disapproval of this, but Wooster assures...

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