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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 did Dahlia do before she pawned her possessions?
2. Where did Jeeves gain his knowledge about jewelry?
3. What offer does Mr. Trotter reject in Chapter 19?
4. Why doesn't Stilton want to hurt Bertie anymore in Chapter 20?
5. What does Percy say his mother gave him her necklace for?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Seppings' reason for interrupting Stilton and Bertie's scuffle in Chapter 17?
2. Describe the encounter between Dahlia and Spode in Tom's study in Chapter 18.
3. How does Stilton treat Bertie at breakfast in Chapter 20? Why does he act this way?
4. Why isn't Bertie worried when he hears Florence is planning their wedding?
5. What puts Dahlia in a happy mood in Chapter 22?
6. When Percy and Florence discuss their finances in Chapter 22, what secret does Percy reveal?
7. What does Mrs. Trotter demand of Dahlia in Chapter 19?
8. What does Bertie arm himself with in Chapter 16? Where did he get the weapon from?
9. How is the plan to stage a robbery foiled by Uncle Tom?
10. How does Jeeves explain being in possession of Mrs. Trotter's necklace?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Analyze the secondary characters in the novel. What are some similarities and differences between the characters? Does Wodehouse pay particular attention to the secondary characters? Is the focus mainly put on the protagonist instead?
Essay Topic 2
Analyze and interpret 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'? In what ways does Jeeves help Wooster?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss humor in "Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit." How is humor used? What types of comedy are present? Is the entire novel humorous or does the novel grow darker as it progresses? Overall, is this a humorous novel?
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