The Inimitable Jeeves Setting & Symbolism

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The Novels of Rosie M. Banksappears in Chapters 1, 2, 17, 18

At Jeeves' suggestion, Bingo reads the romance novels of Rosie M. Banks to his uncle in order to get his uncle's consent for Bingo's desired marriage to a waitress. The old uncle winds up loving the novels, which give him the idea to marry his own cook.

Roville, Franceappears in Chapters 3 and 4

Roville, France is where Bertie meets his Aunt Agatha, where she suggests Aline Hemmingway as a suitable girl for Bertie to court and marry. At the hotel, Bertie is conned by Soapy Sid and Aline his accomplice, but Jeeves saves the day by stealing back Aunt Agatha's precious pearl necklace.

Agatha's Pearlsappears in Chapter 4

Soapy Sid hopes to con Bertie by offering him pearls stolen from Agatha as collateral for a small loan. After the transaction, Sid changed necklace cases, meaning Bertie is left with no necklace but...

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