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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 6 The Spot of Art Summary

Bertie has fallen in love with Gwladys Pendlebury, an artist he met in Chelsea. One day Gwladys has run over a man just outside the flat. The injured pedestrian, Lucius Pim, has been accommodated in Bertie's spare bedroom. He tells Bertie that his sister will be arriving from Paris to visit him. They both agree that the accident will be described as a hit and run. Lucius Pim's sister is married to a Mr. Slingsby, the founder and owner of Slingsby's Superb Soups.

Lucius tells his sister that Bertie ran him over and tells Bertie to send some roses over to her residence. Bertie thinks this is a good idea and takes care of the errand himself. Later, while practicing his putting on the carpet in the drawing room...

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