The Inimitable Jeeves - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

15: Some time later, Bertie receives a letter from Bingo, stating that the man is in love again, this time with Mary Burgess, niece of Reverend Mr. Heppenstall. Bingo is still at Twing Hall tutoring. Jeeves believes Burgess is a fine woman, and so Bertie decides to head there to meet the young lady. When they meet Burgess, she is accompanied by Reverend Mr. Wingham, Mr. Heppenstall's new curate. Wingham is vying for Burgess' affection, at odds with Bingo. Jeeves suggest that, instead of treating Wingham as an enemy, they become friends in order for Bingo to get closer to Burgess, which Bingo agrees to, and over the next couple of weeks Bingo and Wingham do many things together. Bertie and Jeeves leave.

Upon the arrival of another Bingo telegram, Jeeves takes off to Twing Hall again. He returns with news that...

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