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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 11 Comrade Bingo Summary

Bertie has returned to London and runs into Bingo's uncle who thinks that Bertie is the author of the Rosie M. Banks romances. The uncle has become Lord Bittlesham and he is now the proud owner of Ocean Breeze, a horse who is the favorite for the next race event at Goodwood.

The next day Bertie sees Bingo who is in love with a woman named Charlotte who is part of a socialist revolutionary group run by a man called Rowbotham. If Lord Bittlesham finds out about his activities Bingo will undoubtedly lose his allowance.

The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 11 Comrade Bingo Analysis

The depiction of Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park is an important part of this story. Along with the locale of the Goodwood Races, it is one of the few places which...

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