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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 7 Summary

Aung Dahlia tells Bertie that she needs an infusion of cash for her weekly magazine for woman.

Bertie tells his Aunt Dahlia that he has formulated a plan to bring about reconciliation between the two young people, but is crushed to hear his aunt plead with him not to interfere. In vain he tries to persuade his aunt that Jeeves is all washed up, but she will not hear of it.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 7 Analysis

The underlying cause of the row between tuppy and Angela is amusingly described, and Aunt Dahlia's financial problems with her lady's journal are introduced. The rapprochement between Bertie and his aunt is soon destroyed when he tries to persuade her that Jeeves's mental abilities are in a decline. This is a common error for Wooster and is the basis for all...

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