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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jeeves tell Bicky he must do in order to raise money?
(a) Find a job.
(b) Sell his family heirlooms.
(c) Write and publish a story about the situation.
(d) Visit a casino.
2. How does Corky make a fortune at the end of the story?
(a) He paints a masterpiece.
(b) He writes a humorous book.
(c) He sells a cartoon to a newspaper.
(d) He produces a popular play.
3. How does Lady Malvern feel after learning why her son is in prison?
4. What state is Wilmot in when he arrives back at Bertie's after his mother's departure?
(a) Wilmot is sleepy.
(b) Wilmot is ill.
(c) Wilmot is drunk.
(d) Wilmot is depressed.
5. Which of Florence's family members does Willoughby mention in his book?
(a) Her mother.
(b) Her grandmother.
(c) Her brother.
(d) Her father.
Short Answer Questions
1. What job did Bicky's uncle originally want his nephew to do?
2. How does Bertie feel about having Wilmot stay with him?
3. At the beginning of "Jeeves Takes Charge", what does Bertie discover his valet is stealing from him?
4. How does Jeeves raise money for Bicky?
5. Who will publish Willoughby's book?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Florence tell Bertie to do in order to ruin Willoughby's plan to publish a book?
2. What has the Duke of Chiswick been led to believe from his nephew, Bicky's, letters?
3. Why does Bertie Wooster fire his valet at the beginning of "Jeeves Takes Charge", and who is sent to replace him?
4. What does Wilmot tell Bertie he intends to do while his mother is away?
5. What does Corky do to lose his inheritance in "The Artistic Career of Corky"?
6. Who does Miss Singer end up marrying?
7. In "The Artistic Career of Corky", how does Corky make a living?
8. Who is Lady Malvern?
9. Why does Lady Malvern bring her son, Wilmot, to Bertie's flat?
10. On their first meeting, what inspires Bertie to hire Jeeves as his valet right away?
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