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Right Ho, Jeeves (Brinkley Manor)
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UK Title: Right Ho, Jeeves
First published in UK: October 5 1934 by Herbert Jenkins, London
US Title: Brinkley Manor
First published in US: October 15 1934 by Little, Brown & Co., Boston

Russian translations

Has Jeeves finally lost his grip?

When Jeeves suggests dreamy, soulful Gussie Fink-Nottle don scarlet tights and a false beard in his bid to capture the affections of soppy Madeline Bassett, Wooster decides matters have definitely got out of hand. Especially when it comes to a disagreement over a certain white mess jacket with brass buttons. Taking Jeeves off the case, he embarks on a little plan of his own to bring Madeline and Gussie together. But when things go disastrously wrong who can Bertie turn to in his hour of need but Jeeves?

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Characters

Bertie Wooster Gussie's school chum
Jeeves Formerly in the employ of the late Lord Brancaster. Disapproves of Bertie's white mess jacket.
Dahlia Travers Bertie's kind, bluff and hearty aunt who married Tom Travers. Has daughter Angela and runs the weekly woman's magazine, Milady's Boudoir.
Angela Travers Bertie's cousin engaged, more or less, to Tuppy
(Tuppy) Hildebrand Glossop Honoria's cousin who loves food. Engaged to Angela and who once bet Bertie that he couldn't swing across the swimming bath at the Drones by the rings. As Bertie attempted this feat, Tuppy brought the last ring back, forcing Bertie to drop into the bath with his clothes on.
Tom Travers Dahlia's millionaire husband
(Gussie) Augustus Fink-Nottle Shy school chum of Bertie's who lives in a small village in Lincolnshire where he studies Newts. Loves and finally gets engaged to Madeline.
Madeline Bassett Blonde, dreamy girl with a strong profile who loves Gussie but, in a fit of pique, gets engaged to Bertie. Finally she gets together with Gussie.
Anatole Aunt Dahlia's incomparable French chef
Seppings Butler at Brinkley Court
Waterbury Chauffeur at Brinkley Court
Sir Wilfred Bosher (*)
G. Bullett (*)
Jane (*)
P.K. Purvis (*)
G.G. Simmons (*)
Hilda Stretchley-Budd (*)

Synopsis
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