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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 15 The Metropolitan Touch Summary

Bingo is now in love with Mary Burgess, the niece of Reverend Heppenstall. His rival in the affair is the Reverend Wingham, Mr. Heppenstall's new curate. Bingo has, out of financial necessity, taken up his old position as tutor to Lord Wickhammersley's son at Twing Hall.

Steggles is still at Twing Hall studying for his exams under Mr. Heppenstall and is trying to upset Bingo's chances of triumphing over his rival Mr. Wingham.

Wingham, has come down with the mumps and Bingo will take over task of organizing the Village School Christmas Entertainment.

Bertie fears Steggles will sabotage the show but is unable to get to Bingo to warn him. The performance is successful at first but then the lights in the hall go out twice. The whole cast is on...

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