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Life with Jeeves - Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 23 Summary

On his return to Brinkley Manor Bertie is met by Madeline Bassett who asks him to release her from her betrothal. Bertie runs into Tuppy, who tells him that he and Angela made up. He adds that Aunt Dahlia is now above herself as Anatole has agreed to stay on and her husband Tom has given her a check to cover the expenses for her publication.

Jeeves explains that the inhabitants of Brinkley Court, faced with spending a night of discomfort, united in their abuse of Bertie. When Jeeves informed them he had found the back door key, their animosity turned to cordial amusement.

Right Ho, Jeeves, Chapter 23 Analysis

The final denouement of the success of Jeeves's real plot and its psychological basis is handled without the inevitable confrontation between the returning cyclist and the rest of...

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