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Jeeves Takes Charge - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Wooster is visited by Lord Yaxley, his Uncle George, an elderly fat man who is a doctor and talks constantly about the condition of his stomach lining, and Wooster is not particularly fond of this relative. Uncle George stands in front of the mirror and preens himself, telling Wooster that he is in love and contemplating marriage, and that he will not accept any interference from Aunt Agatha.

Once he has left, Wooster asks Jeeves whether he knows the identity of the lady Uncle George intends to marry, and Jeeves replies that she is a young waitress at Uncle George's club, whose name is Rhoda Platt. It doesn't take Wooster any time at all to recognise that Aunt Agatha will be on the warpath, and that she will be descending upon him, so he orders Jeeves to quickly pack their bags. However, Aunt Agatha arrives almost instantly...

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