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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 14 Summary

Angela tells Bertie about the servant's ball scheduled for the next night. She also admits her engagement to Tuppy is over. Bertie congratulates her on her decision and proceeds to malign Tuppy. Instead of springing to his defense, Angela adds to the litany of Tuppy's defects. Angela then returns to the house and Bertie is still digesting the unexpected turn in events when Tuppy emerges out of the undergrowth.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 14 Analysis

The preparatory exposition of the neighboring manor's servants' ball and the fact that the Brinkley Court staff will all be in attendance is woven into the conversation between Bertie and Angela. When Bertie, in accordance with his plan, begins to denigrate his friend's character, no specific mention is made of the practical joke that Tuppy played on him at the Drones Club, but...

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