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Life with Jeeves - Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 9 Jeeves and the Old School Chum Summary & Analysis

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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 9 Jeeves and the Old School Chum Summary

Bingo Little has secured a permanent income from his Uncle Lord Bittlesham and inherited a fine estate not far from Norwich. Unfortunately, the Littles' domestic bliss has soured under the influence of Laura Pyke, an old friend of Mrs. Bingo's. Bertie fears that the strain on the marriage will cause permanent damage. Jeeves's opportunity to examine the personality of Laura Pyke will come when he accompanies the house party to an outing to the local races at Lakenham.

A lunch hamper has been packed under the supervision of Bingo. At Lakenham, the party gets ready for luncheon before the start of the races, but then it is discovered that the hamper has been left behind. Fortunately Jeeves has packed enough sandwiches in his lunch supplies...

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