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Life with Jeeves - Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 4 Jeeves and the Song of Songs Summary & Analysis

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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 4 Jeeves and the Song of Songs Summary

Tuppy is on the verge of becoming betrothed to Cora Bellinger and describes his plan to win her heart. He will sing at a concert where Cora will also be singing.

Aunt Dahlia tells Bertie that Tuppy is breaking her daughter Angela's heart with his dalliance with Cora Bellinger. Jeeves outlines his plan to discredit Tuppy in the eyes of Cora Bellinger. The gist of the plan is that Bertie will also sing at the concert, just before Tuppy, and he will sing the same song, "Sonny Boy." The audience will be completely bored with the same song being sung twice and Tuppy's performance will be a flop. .

Jeeves persuades Tuppy to prepare for his performance by going to a neighboring pub so that Tuppy...

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