The Inimitable Jeeves - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

7: Bertie is now (lamentably) engaged to Honoria Glossop, and she has been "moulding" him culturally by reading to him and bringing him to classical concerts. One day, Honoria remarks that, once they marry, Jeeves will have to be dismissed as she believes the valet to be a bad influence on Bertie. Aunt Agatha agrees, and Bertie considers the threat a blow that must be handled.

Agatha then confides that there may be a problem for the impending marriage. Sir Roderick, Honoria's father, heard about Bertie tipping Oswald into the river, and feels Bertie may not mentally be the right fit for his daughter. Roderick is a nerve specialist, a sort of psychologist that tends to the mentally unstable among the Idle Rich. Roderick has also heard about a Wooster in the family, Bertie's uncle Henry, who was obsessed with rabbits to...

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