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An often-repeated justification for appeals for help from friends of Wooster is the invocation of the phrase "we were at school together". The bonds that are formed in public school and at University carry on for the whole of an individual's life. In "Jeeves and the Old School Chum" the reader is exposed to the female equivalent of male bonding. Does this bonding seem to be as strong and pervasive? Discuss.

Bertie Wooster uses his London Club, the Drones, as an extension of his own home. It is here he meets his friends and passes the time when he wants to be away from his flat. In "Bingo and the Little Woman" Bertie Wooster and Bingo Little have to go to another club, The Senior Liberal Club. Describe how the different clubs reflect the tastes of their members and what is different about the...

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