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Very Good, Jeeves!, Chapter 10 Indian Summer of an Uncle Summary

Bertie's Uncle George has fallen in love with a waitress. Jeeves knows that the young lady in question is a Miss Rhoda Platt of East Dulwich. Aunt Agatha wants Uncle George to be stopped and her solution is to offer the girl money to relinquish her hold on Uncle George.

Bertie is delegated to conduct the negotiations. At the house on Kitchener Road he is met by Miss Platt's aunt. The young lady in question has influenza and is indisposed. Bertie, ingeniously, makes the excuse that his uncle has heard that Miss Platt is not feeling well and has asked him to check on her.

Bertie returns to his aunt and reports his failure to accomplish anything. Jeeves suggests inviting the girl's aunt to have lunch with...

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