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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. Who goes to see Sippy's relatives in Sippy's place?
2. What happens at the end of "Fixing It for Freddie"?
3. How does Bertie describe Rocky's aunt?
4. Who does the small boy's family claim to be acquainted with?
5. What does Bertie tell Sippy he should steal?
Short Essay Questions
1. What scheme does Bertie come up with to help Freddie win Elizabeth back?
2. Why did Dr. Glossop end Bertie's engagement to his daughter?
3. What problem does Sippy tell Bertie about?
4. What is Bertie's friend, Rocky, like?
5. What happens at the end of the story when Elizabeth offers the small boy a candy?
6. Who do we discover that Mabel is related to at the end of the story?
7. What does Jeeves suggest he can do to help Rocky deceive his aunt?
8. What happens when Freddie takes the small boy to Elizabeth?
9. What does Aunt Isabel decide to do after receiving some letters from Rocky?
10. Using the small boy, what plan does Jeeves hatch to get Freddie and Elizabeth back together?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the motif of social class in the short story collection. What social class does Wooster belong to? What social class does Jeeves belong to? How does social rank affect the relationship between Jeeves and Wooster?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the title of the collection. What does it refer to? What does it say about the character, Jeeves? Who is telling Jeeves to 'carry on'?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the genre of "Carry on, Jeeves". What genre is it, and why is it an example of this genre? What are the common elements of this genre? What are some other examples of this genre?
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