The Inimitable Jeeves - Chapters 1 and 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1 and 2 Summary

1: Bertie Wooster wakes up, and his valet Jeeves has his morning tea for him. It's the perfect temperature and taste. In fact, everything Jeeves does is perfect and any advice or knowledge he dispenses is unerring. Jeeves informs Bertie of the news and weather, and tells him not to bet on a particular horse that he got a tip on. Jeeves also reveals that Bingo Little had left word.

Bertie takes a ride to the local park, and there meets Bingo by accident. Bertie and Bingo were schoolmates back in the day. Bingo lives on his rich uncle's allowance and is somewhat dim-witted and clownish. He also has a tendency to fall deeply in love with women. Bingo confesses that he has fallen in love with a girl named Mabel, and that he would like Bertie to meet her.

Bingo takes...

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