The Inimitable Jeeves - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

13: Bingo has laid low for awhile, and is now tutoring a child at a country estate called Twing Hall. Bertie receives a letter from his cousins Claude and Eustace, who are also at Twing Hall studying for exams. The letter invites Bertie down to Twing Hall for a mysterious "golden opportunity," which Bertie accepts.

The estate is owned by Lord Wickhammersley, and his youngest daughter is named Cynthia. Bertie has known Cynthia since they were children, and loved her once though now they are merely friends. Bertie sits next to Cynthia during dinner, and learns that Bingo has been ogling Cynthia - Bingo has fallen in love again. Cynthia thinks Bingo is off, mentally, but also thinks he is sort of handsome. Later, Bertie relays to Bingo that she thinks he is handsome. Bingo is writing poetry about his new love...

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