Which Wodehouse novel features the young protagonist having to go to the stern and disapproving father twice to say he is engaged to his daughter, and then to his niece? This almost happens to Bertie in one of the Jeeves books, but as it turns out he never goes back the second time. I am certain I have read the scene and thought it the funniest, most awkward situation in all of Wodehouse, but when I look back I cannot find it! Please Wodehouse fans help me out! You can email me.