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

2. After receiving some letters from Rocky, what does his aunt decide to do?

3. What does Jeeves offer to do about the situation between Biff and Dr. Glossop's daughter?

4. What is the name of the small boy?

5. Why did Freddie's fiancée end their engagement?

Short Essay Questions

1. After going out with Jeeves, what does Aunt Isabel beg Rocky to do?

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

3. What problem does Sippy tell Bertie about?

4. What condition does Rocky's aunt put on her offer to give him his full inheritance?

5. What happens when Freddie takes the small boy to Elizabeth?

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

7. What does Jeeves do, which confuses Bertie?

8. What happens when Dr. Glossop turns up at the Pringles' house?

9. What does Jeeves suggest he can do to help Rocky deceive his aunt?

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 motif of loyalty in the short story collection, "Carry on, Jeeves." How does Jeeves show his loyalty to Wooster? How does Wooster show his loyalty to Jeeves? Why are they loyal to one another?

Essay Topic 2

Discuss the motif of friendship in "Carry on, Jeeves". How is friendship depicted in the stories? What are some examples of when the protagonist depends on his friends to help him? Do the friends ever cause trouble?

Essay Topic 3

Discuss Wodehouse's use of the older wealthy relative character. Why does Wodehouse include so many older relatives, particularly aunts and uncles? What might he be conveying to the reader?

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