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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 interrupts the chase between Bertie and Stilton in Chapter 17?
2. What does L.G. Trotter claim is giving him health problems in Chapter 20?
3. How does Daphne recognize Stilton?
4. Who does Mrs. Trotter rise to call in Chapter 21?
5. How does Stilton act toward Bertie at breakfast in Chapter 20?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jeeves suggest is done to solve Dahlia's problem in Chapter 12?
2. Why does Percy have a new found concern for Bertie's health in Chapter 15?
3. Why is Bertie's hiding spot in Florence's closet revealed to Stilton?
4. What does Jeeves realize about Lord Sidcup?
5. Where does Bertie find himself after climbing through a bedroom window? What does Bertie think Dahlia has done?
6. How does Stilton treat Bertie at breakfast in Chapter 20? Why does he act this way?
7. In Chapter 18, what does Bertie discover when he takes the pearl necklace from the safe to Dahlia?
8. Why isn't Bertie worried when he hears Florence is planning their wedding?
9. Describe the encounter between Dahlia and Spode in Tom's study in Chapter 18.
10. What is Seppings' reason for interrupting Stilton and Bertie's scuffle in Chapter 17?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss irony in "Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit." What are the three types of irony and what are some examples of each type from the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Analyze and interpret the character, Aunt Dahlia. What are her defining character traits? What sort of relationship does she have with Wooster? Is she an important character in the novel? Why or why not?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the schemes that take place in the novel, "Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit." Which characters plan and act out schemes? Are these plans successful? Why or why not? Are these plans written in a comedic tone or a serious tone?
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