Carry on, Jeeves! Test | Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is Bertie's punishment for his arrest?

2. Where does Bertie stay while Rocky's aunt is around?

3. How much time passes before Biff's engagement is announced?

4. Who does the small boy's family claim to be acquainted with?

5. Where do Biff, Bertie, and Jeeves meet?

Short Essay Questions

1. Where does Jeeves take Aunt Isabel instead of to a club?

2. What solution does Jeeves come up with so that Sippy's aunt doesn't find out he hasn't visited his family?

3. Using the small boy, what plan does Jeeves hatch to get Freddie and Elizabeth back together?

4. What does Aunt Isabel think of Bertie when she arrives at his flat?

5. Who do we discover that Mabel is related to at the end of the story?

6. What does Aunt Isabel decide to do after receiving some letters from Rocky?

7. What advice does Bertie give Sippy in order to avoid his relatives?

8. Why did Dr. Glossop end Bertie's engagement to his daughter?

9. What happens at the end of the story when Elizabeth offers the small boy a candy?

10. What scheme does Bertie come up with to help Freddie win Elizabeth back?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Discuss the author of "Carry on, Jeeves", P.G. Wodehouse. How is this collection a reflection of his life's work? What other notable work did he create? What is he known for in the literary world?

Essay Topic 2

Discuss the character, Jeeves. Why is he considered the most popular of Wodehouse's characters? What are his defining character traits? Why is he a 'gentleman's hero'? What stories is he featured in, and what happens in these stories?

Essay Topic 3

Discuss the secondary characters in the stories. What are some similarities and differences amongst the characters? Does Wodehouse pay particular attention to the secondary characters? Is the focus mainly put on the protagonist instead?

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