Thank You, Jeeves Themes

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Bertram has employed Jeeves for many years when this novel begins. Jeeves has gotten Bertram out of many tough spots over the years through his intelligence and ability to conceive wild schemes in a moment's notice. Jeeves has been intensely loyal to Bertram their entire relationship, just as a good valet should have been in the time in which this novel is set. However, when Bertram begins to play the banjolele, Jeeves can no longer pledge his loyalty to Bertram and remain his valet. Bertram lets him go, refusing to keep up his end of the relationship by giving up his banjolele. This situation severely tests the loyalties of servant and master.

When Bertram goes to Chuffnell Rivas to rent a cottage where he hopes to be able to play his banjolele unmolested, he discovers that Jeeves will also be in Chuffnell Rivas, working at the hall for...

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