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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 13 Summary

When a third person criticizes the object of a lover's attentions, the lover immediately defends the partner. So Bertie will roundly criticize Tuppy when he next meets Angela. This will make Angela spring to Tuppy's defense and the engagement is inevitable.

Bertie proposes to lace Gussie's orange juice with gin on the day of the Prize Giving ceremony. This will give Gussie the necessary release from his inhibitions, produce an impressive oration, and give him the necessary spiritual reinforcement when he presents himself to Madeline Bassett in round two.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 13 Analysis

Bertie Wooster continues to ignore Jeeves's warnings and outlines another dangerous scheme to further the reconciliation between Tuppy Glossop and Angela Travers. As to Gussie Fink-Nottle, Bertie instructs Jeeves to introduce gin into the teetotaler's orange juice. Jeeves's point-blank refusal to follow orders...

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