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Life with Jeeves - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 2 No Wedding Bells for Bingo Summary & Analysis

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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 2 No Wedding Bells for Bingo Summary

The ruse succeeds and Bingo's Uncle Mortimer is now an addict for the romances of Rosie M. Banks. Bingo then inveigles Bertie have lunch with his uncle. Bingo telephones Bertie to tell him that his uncle believes Bertie is the authoress Rosie M. Banks.

Bertie tells Uncle Mortimer Bingo wants to marry a waitress. Mortimer then announces that he is going to marry his cook, Jane.

The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 2 No Wedding Bells for Bingo Analysis

There is a foreshadowing in this chapter of Bertie's Aunt Agatha who thoroughly disapproves of the life that Bertie leads in London. The reader also learns that Bingo is tall and thin and that his uncle is the fattest man that Bertie has ever seen. The subscription dance at Camberwell, the...

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