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Life with Jeeves - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 12 Bingo Has a Bad Goodwood Summary & Analysis

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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 12 Bingo Has a Bad Goodwood Summary

Bertie is at the Goodwood race and runs into Lord Bittlesham who is perturbed because the revolutionary is at the races. Bingo is disguised as the revolutionary and, is making an impassioned speech about the callousness of Lord Bittlesham. Bingo is followed by his rival Butt as revolutionary speaker on the platform. Butt informs the crowd that Lord Bittlesham's nephew is amongst the revolutionaries and yanks the false beard off the unsuspecting Bingo.

The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 12 Bingo Has a Bad Goodwood Analysis

The seemingly automatic acceptance of the necessity of gambling is well documented in this story. It is further elaborated in the stories that follow. The fact that Jeeves, in protecting his master's interests, has no qualms about betraying Bingo's deception, and the fact that...

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