Thank You, Jeeves - Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1-3 Summary

Bertram Wooster is an English aristocrat who has had the same valet, Jeeves, for many years. Jeeves is highly intelligent and has helped Bertram out of many jams, making him more than an employee to Bertram.

In chapter 1, Jeeves Gives Notice, Bertram has discovered that his ex-fiancée is in London with her father and Bertram's mortal enemy, Sir Roderick Glossop. This situation is distressing for Bertram because it was Glossop that ended his engagement and he is concerned how Miss Pauline Stoker, the fiancée, will react if they run into one another. As he is brooding over this situation, Sir Glossop arrives at his apartment and tells him he must stop playing his banjolele, his new hobby, because it is causing distress for his downstairs neighbor who happens to be a patient of Glossop's. Shortly after this visit, Bertram gets a phone call...

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