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Life with Jeeves - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 7 Introducing Claude and Eustace Summary & Analysis

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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 7 Introducing Claude and Eustace Summary

Aunt Agatha tells Bertie that Sir Roderick Glossop has been told by Oswald that Bertie pushed him into the lake. Sir Roderick now wants to interview Bertie to see if he is suffering from the same eccentric behavior that led to Bertie's late Uncle Henry spending his last days in some sort of a home.

On his way to his flat where he will have lunch with Sir Roderick, Bertie runs into the twins Claude and Eustace.

The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 7 Introducing Claude and Eustace Analysis

This chapter deals with a lot more that the introduction of the twins Claude and Eustace, who appear as characters in at least two other stories. Bertie's engagement is in peril from Sir Roderick's suspicions as to his mental health and the fact...

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