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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 8 Summary

Bertie runs into Tuppy Glossop and they discuss the reasons for the row with Angela. Eventually, Tuppy admits that he is still in love with Angela and is then introduced to Bertie's plan. This entails Tuppy demonstrating his lovelorn suffering by pushing away the evening gourmet masterpiece of the Brinkley Court's chef , Anatole.

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 8 Analysis

Bertie's plan for Tuppy to re-engage the sympathies of Angela is to be based on him exhibiting a "lovelorn" attitude by refusing his meal at dinner. As Jeeves points out, without any psychological preparation, this might be construed as indigestion.

A similar scheme for Aunt Dahlia to invoke the sympathy of her husband by the identical tactic can have only one consequence, as the reader is meant to anticipate: a severe dent to the ego of the temperamental chef...

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