Jeeves Takes Charge - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Returning from a trip to New York, Wooster finds himself in Hyde Park on Sunday afternoon, at Speakers' Corner, where anybody may climb on a box and say anything they like. He feels very pleased to be back in London, and is enjoying the antics of various speakers, including a bunch of people calling themselves "Heralds of the Red Dawn," one of whom, a bearded person, is castigating the idle rich. Wooster meets the uncle of his friend, Bingo Little. The last time he had seen him, the old man had been scruffily dressed, but now he is a picture of sartorial elegance. He asks Wooster the purpose of his visit to New York, but Wooster quickly changes the subject and asks after Bingo. The old man tells him that relations between them have become cool, since his marriage, and he announces that he has received a...

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