The Inimitable Jeeves - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

11: Bertie and Jeeves have returned to London. Bertie travels to Hyde Park and by the famed Speakers' Corner, where demonstrations for various causes take place. One group represented is "Heralds of the Red Dawn," and a man in a beard is really inciting the crowd with class inequality rhetoric and communist propaganda.

He happens to meet Old Little, who has recovered enough from the gout to get around. Old Little by this time has married Miss Watson, his former cook. He has also accomplished a peerage - he is now Lord Bittlesham. Old Little owns a small stable, and states that the horse Ocean Breeze is a favorite to win the upcoming Goodwood Cup. Bertie vows to bet for the horse given this insider tip.

They turn their attention to the bearded Red Dawn speaker, after he signals them out specifically...

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