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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 21 Summary

Jeeves proposes the fire alarm tactic. All the staff, with the exception of Anatole, will be at the ball at the neighboring Kingman Manor, and in the melee caused by the alarm ,various people will demonstrate their innermost priorities and reconciliations will be effected. Bertie is to ring the Brinkley Court fire bell at half past midnight.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 21 Analysis

The reader can only sympathize with Bertie Wooster as he verges on the border of surrender to the unkind fates. His appeal to the inimitable Jeeves produces a final tactic for the final solution to all the problems being experienced by the inhabitants of Brinkley Court. The reader, as well as Bertie Wooster, wonder how it will achieve success.

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