Bertie is faced with problems. One is how to allow the indolent 'Bicky' Bickersteth to remain in Manhattan and still receive an allowance from his luxury-hating father, the Duke of Chiswick. The other involves reclusive poet Rocky, who lives an austere life in a cabin in the country, which inspires his verse. His aunt Isabel wants him to move to the big city and send her his impressions of the night-life there, which is anathema to him. There is a solution, of course, which involves a little mutual aid, but until Jeeves sorts it out, it's Bertie who finds himself ...
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