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Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit (Bertie Wooster Sees It Through)
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UK Title: Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit
First published in UK: October 15 1954 by Herbert Jenkins, London
US Title: Bertie Wooster Sees It Through
First published in US: February 23 1955 by Simon & Schuster, New York

Russian translation

Bertie feels the long arm of the law...

Bertie gets himself into an utter pickle when he and Jeeves share Aunt Dahlia's hospitality with the loathesome G. D'Arcy Cheesewright (aka Stilton) and his on/off fiancee Florence. Add to this combination a fake plot to rob Aunt Dahlia of her pearls and the scene is set for calamity...

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Characters

Bertie Wooster Grew a mustache of which Jeeves disapproves. So do others, including Stilton.
Dahlia Travers Bertie's father's sister who lives at Brinkley Court. Tries to sell Milady's Boudoir to Trotter.
Lemuel Gengulphus Trotter Aunt Agatha's friend, a news- paper and magazine owner in Liverpool, wants to buy Milady's Boudoir
Mrs. Trotter Aunt Agatha's friend who dominates her husband. Has a son, Percy, by a former marriage.
Jeeves Had gone on a summer holiday. Acquired knowledge of jewelry from a cousin.
Percy Gorringe Side-whiskered step-son of Trotter who is trying to produce his dramatization of Florence's novel. Writes mysteries under the name of Rex West which Bertie loves. Wants to marry Florence.
Lady Florence Craye Tall, beautiful platinum-haired intellectual who tries to educate her former fiance, Bertie. Engaged to Stilton, she breaks it off and winds up with Percy.
Lord Worplesdon Florence's father and Aunt Agatha's new husband
(Stilton) G. D'Arcy Cheesewright Florence's fiance, Bertie's schoolmate and enemy, rowed for Eton and Oxford, ex-policeman, jealous of Bertie's apparent pull with Florence and drew Bertie to win the Annual Darts Tournament at the Drones
Joseph Stilton's uncle who is a magistrate at the Vinton St. police court
Thomas Portarlington Travers Aunt Dahlia's second husband who collects antique silver
Daphne Dolores Morehead Famous blonde and beautiful novelist writing in Milady's Boudoir who greatly admires Stilton
Anatole Aunt Dahlia's superb French chef
"Ephraim Gadsby" Bertie's pseudonym when caught in a police raid
Roderick Spode, Lord Sidcup Authority on antique silver, jewelry. Sold his store of ladies' underclothing.
Seppings Butler at Brinkley Court
Worple Trotter's valet
Rosie Little (*)
Sir Watkyn Bassett (*)
Robert Blenkinsop (*)
Mrs. Alderman Blenkinsop (*)
Sir Everard Everett (*)
Fotheringay (*)
Barmy Fotheringay-Phipps (*)
Bingo Little (*)
Horace Pendlebury-Davenport (*)
Catsmeat Potter-Pirbright (*)
Lord Sidcup (*)
Valerie Twistleton (*)
Freddie Widgeon (*)

Synopsis
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