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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 3 Summary

The next day Bertie receives a telegram from his aunt Dahlia, requesting he" come at once." There is a flurry of telegrams where Bertie resists the demand for him to visit his Aunt and finally promises to go down to Brinkley Court. The following morning Jeeves informs him that Mrs. Travers has arrived.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 3 Analysis

The gradual exposition of Wooster's world and his mental processes lead the reader to an easy acceptance of the device of communication by telegrams. This story was first published in 1934. The use of the telegram, rather than the telephone, does not seem unusual and leads to several amusing exchanges in telegraphic style. This chapter is the reader's introduction to Aunt Dahlia and the existence of Brinkley Court.

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