Jeeves Takes Charge - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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In the stifling heat of London in August, Wooster is trying to pluck up sufficient energy to depart for the country. Jeeves brings him a letter from the twins Claude and Eustace, inviting him to Twing in Gloucestershire, where they are staying at a vicarage studying for their exams. Wooster has a standing invitation to stay at Twing Hall, the home of Lord Wickhammersley, an old friend of his father, where by coincidence Bingo happens to be working as a tutor, after his unfortunate experience at Goodwood. The twins' letter tells Wooster that there is money to be made, in a syndicate, on the biggest sporting event of the season. The details of this event appear to be some sort of handicap race between the local vicars, and is entitled "Sermon Handicap."

Neither Wooster nor Jeeves entirely understand the meaning of the letter, but Wooster is curious...

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