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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 16 Summary

On the day of the Prize Giving, Gussie is still distressed about the speech he has to give. Bertie tries to cheer him up by telling him the gist of his conversation the previous day with Madeline Bassett and encourages him to think of a second round.

In his room he finds Jeeves, who has added a tumbler of gin to the orange juice. Bertie decides that one tumbler might not be enough and adds his own supply of gin to the orange juice.

Gussie has already taken about ten swigs from the whiskey decanter in the smoking room. .

Jeeves and Bertie both notice the empty orange juice jug and simultaneously realize that Gussie has drunk it all before leaving for the ceremony.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 16 Analysis

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