Thank You, Jeeves Setting & Symbolism

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Banjolele

Bertram has recently learned to play the bajolele and chooses it over home and Jeeves when everyone begins complaining about the noise.

Heliotrope Pajamas

Bertram returns to his cottage late one night to find Miss Stoker in his bed wearing his heliotrope pajamas. Later, Chuffy sees Miss Stoker in these pajamas and jumps to the wrong conclusion.

Letter from Chuffy to Miss Stoker

Miss Stoker receives a letter from Chuffy expressing his desire to marry her, leading her to escape from her father's yacht and attempt to meet with him.

Boot Polish

Jeeves uses boot polish to darken Bertram's face in order to help him escape the yacht.

Blackened Cork

Glossop uses blackened cork to darken his face while performing for his fiancee's son, Seabury.

Butter

Bertram and Glossop need butter to clean darkening agents from their faces, but Seabury has used all the butter in Chuffnell...

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