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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 17 Summary

At the Prize Giving ceremony Gussie alternates between fits of explosive laughter and somnambulistic torpor.

Gussie's confusion grows and he makes a spectacle of himself. Bertie returns to Brinkley Hall.

Tuppy appears at the door of Bertie's room, deeply disturbed.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 17 Analysis

The description of the Prize Giving ceremony at the local Grammar school is the key chapter in the story. It is vividly portrayed. As the intoxicated Augustus Fink-Nottle teeters on the edge of spectacular disaster, Bertram Wooster flees from the public spotlight. In the following chapter twenty-three, where Bertie is away on his midnight bicycle ride as the main action takes place at Brinkley Court, a similar device could have been used by the author but is not.

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