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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 8 The Love that Purifies Summary

Bertie meets Mr. Anstruther, a septuagenarian, who had been a close friend of Aunt Dahlia's late father. Also visiting are Aunt Dahlia's son, Bonzo, and Aunt Agatha's son, Thomas.

Anstruther, in an effort to get peace and quiet, has instituted a Good Conduct competition between the boys. The winner will earn a prize of five pounds.

Aunt Dahlia tells Bertie that she has entered a wager that if Thomas wins the prize, Aunt Dahlia will exchange the services of her chef Anatole for those of Lady Snettisham's kitchen maid. Aunt Dahlia tries to persuade Bertie to get his man Jeeves down to Brinkley Court to ensure that Thomas does not win the contest, but Bertie claims he has a plan to accomplish this result.

He tries to get Thomas...

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