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Thank You, Jeeves
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First published in UK: March 16 1934 by Herbert Jenkins, London
First published in US: April 23 1934 by Little, Brown and Co., Boston

Russian translation

Jeeves defects to the other side.

Due to the unrepentant playing of his banjolele, Jeeves and Bertie part company, the former finding employment with Bertie's old mate Chuffy. Chuffy and Pauline Stoker (previously engaged to the Wooster chap) have fallen in love, but Chuffy is reluctant to pop the question. So when Bertie and Jeeves cook up a plot to smooth out the course of true love, old entanglements look set to rear their heads...

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Characters

Bertie Wooster — Went to Eton and Oxford with Chuffy and had an Uncle Henry who loved pigs. Dissention with Jeeves over Bertie's playing the Banjolele.
Jeeves — Leaves Bertie's employ to work for Chuffy. Leaves Chuffy to go temporarily to Stoker's and then back to Bertie.
J. Washburn Stoker — American millionaire who inherited fifty million dollars from his cousin George. Talked into buying Chuffnell Hall for Glossop.
Pauline Stoker — Bertie's ex-fiancee. Stoker's daughter who is in love with Chuffy. Dynamic girl.
Sir Roderick Glossop — Nerve specialist who is engaged to Aunt Myrtle
(Chuffy) Marmaduke, Lord Chuffnell — Bertie's school chum and 5th Baron
Ben Bloom — Leader at the Alhambra of his Sixteen Baltimore Buddies
Mrs. Tinkler-Moulke — A patient of Glossop's who owns a Pomeranian and lives in a flat beneath Bertie's
Lady Myrtle Chuffnell — Chuffy's aunt and Seabury's mother who loves Glossop
Seabury — Aunt Myrtle's 12 year old son
Ted Voules — Police-Sergeant at Chuffnell Regis who plays the harmonium
Brinkley — Bertie's new valet at Chuffnell Regis who is a Bolshevik
Dwight Stoker — Washburn's young son
Benstead — Jeeves' friend who was valet to the late multimillionaire, George Stoker
Constable Dobson — Voules' nephew and policeman at Chuffnell Regis
Lieutenant-Colonel J.J. Bustard (*)
Mr. Manglehoffer (*)
Mary (*)
Freddy Oaker (*)
Mrs. Perkins (*)
Lord Wotwotleigh (*)

Synopsis
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