The Inimitable Jeeves - Chapters 17 and 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17 and 18 Summary

17: Bertie and Bingo's usual gentlemen's club is undergoing cleaning and repair, and so they are stuck with relaxing at the Senior Liberal Club, every member of which seems to be in their eighties. At the club, the two order from a waitress, and Bingo again becomes smitten with her at first sight.

Bingo begs Bertie to re-assume the persona of Rosie M. Banks to his father Lord Bittlesham in order to restore his allowance and obtain approval from the old man for Bingo marrying the waitress. Bertie reluctantly agrees, and must read Rosie M. Banks' new book in order to chat with Bittlesham. Bittlesham is thrilled at the visit, and Bertie is able to convince him to restore Bingo's allowance. However, Bittlesham is annoyed at Bingo's inconstancy with women, and so he won't quite give his consent to the marriage. Bingo...

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