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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 11 Summary

Tuppy complains that Angela has not noticed his sacrifice in foregoing dinner and Bertie suggests he eat the leftover steak and kidney pie in the larder.

Bertie's plan has also backfired on Tom, who is upset that Anatole has given notice.

Bertie sees Gussie and Jeeves seated on a bench. Gussie announces his intention of going to the kitchen garden to drown himself in the pond.

Jeeves recounts to Bertie that Gussie had only been able to talk about newts to Madeline Bassett. The lady had returned to the house in the middle of his dissertation.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 11 Analysis

Bertie's schemes are beginning to unravel and his aunt's attitude is becoming hostile. She even suggests he drown himself in the kitchen garden pond, which is also the avowed intention of the distraught Tuppy Glossop. As...

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