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Life with Jeeves - The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 17 Bingo and the Little Woman Summary & Analysis

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The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 17 Bingo and the Little Woman Summary

Bertie and Bingo are lunching when the waitress catches the eye of young Bingo. Bertie and Bingo decide to resuscitate the Rosie M. Banks romantic novel ploy so that Bingo will get his allowance back.

Three days later Bingo turns up at Bertie's flat with a flower in his buttonhole and a strange look on his face. He tells Bertie that he is married.

The Inimitable Jeeves, Chapter 17 Bingo and the Little Woman Analysis

The comparison of Bertie's own club, The Drones, and the Senior Liberals Club provides the reader with insightful description of London Clubs and their different atmospheres. Likewise, the meal, in which Bertie and Bingo indulge, is, from the plover's eggs to the gooseberry tart, of epicurean stature.

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