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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 22 Summary

After ringing the bell Bertie goes to the front lawn to find everyone assembled there. None of the anticipated reconciliations have taken place.

All the doors are locked and the key is with Seppings at the Kingman Manor ball. The garage is also locked and Jeeves suggests that one of the gentlemen ride a bicycle to Kingham Manor and get the key. Bertie is delegated. Seppings tells Bertie's that the key iis on the kitchen windowsill and that Jeeves had arranged this.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 22 Analysis

The description of Aunt Dahlia's emotional outburst at Bertie's final disastrous act has been a long time coming in the mind of the reader. It lays the ground for the speedy decision to get rid of Bertie, who is now called "Attila the Hun" by his aunt, on his bicycle...

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