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Life with Jeeves - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 8 Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch Summary & Analysis

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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 8 Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch Summary

Sir Roderick is appalled by Bertie's eccentric lifestyle. He asks Jeeves to accompany him outside, as he wants to ask him some questions.

Jeeves believes that Bertie's engagement is definitely off.

The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 8 Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch Analysis

The twins' initiation rites to a university undergraduate society serve as an ingenious device to explain the presence of the improbable collection of artifacts in Wooster's flat. This, in turn, leads to a disastrous lunch for Sir Roderick and the inevitable end to Bertie's engagement to his daughter. Sir Roderick's suspicion as to the mental condition of Bertie Wooster is a key factor in ascribing the blame for the deception of Lord Bittlesham and the successful marriage of Bingo Little in "Alls Well" in chapter eighteen...

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