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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 9 A Letter of Introduction Summary

Bertie and Jeeves make friends with a playwright, George Caffyn. A man called Cyril Bassington-Bassington leaves a letter of introduction from Aunt Agatha in London. Bertie sees this as a chance to redeem himself with his aunt and to eventually return home.

Cyril has had an altercation with a New York cop and Bertie and George extricate him from his predicament. Bertie leaves Cyril in the company of George.

Cyril has been offered a small part in George's musical instead of pursuing a career in the diplomatic service in Washington.

The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 9 A Letter of Introduction Analysis

Except for the incident with the New York cop, the reader is not informed of Wooster or Jeeves's impression of the New World. The action could just as easily be...

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