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

2. Which establishment does Jeeves say is the "place of the moment"?

3. What is Rocky's vocation?

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

5. Who does Bertie warn Biff about?

Short Essay Questions

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

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

3. What does Bertie realize about Sippy's distant relatives?

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

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

6. How does Sippy's aunt react to the news of Sippy's incarceration?

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

8. What problem does Sippy tell Bertie about?

9. How does Bertie find out where the small boy lives, and why doesn't his family take him back?

10. What is Bertie's friend, Rocky, like?

Essay Topics

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 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?

Essay Topic 3

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?

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