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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 19 Summary

Bertie confronts Angela in the garden and she admits that her engagement to Gussie is merely a ruse to get back at Tuppy.

Aunt Dahlia tells Bertie he must congratulate Gussie for the amusing performance at the Prize Giving. Her high spirits are the result of Anatole withdrawing his notice. Seppings, the butler, informs her that Mr. Fink-Nottle is making faces through the skylight of Anatole's bedroom.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 19 Analysis

Aunt Dahlia's approval of Gussie's performance at the Prize Giving is a major twist in the plot. Her new appellation for him, "Fink-Bottle", is a masterstroke by the author. The threat to the well-being of Anatole continues with the appearance of the fleeing Gussie in his bedroom's skylight.

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