1. Who is Jeeves?
Jeeves is Bertie Wooster's valet. Jeeves is a profoundly intelligent man who is very well read, highly intuitive about the foibles of human nature. and imminently capable of manipulating almost any situation not only to his benefit but also for the good of all involved.
2. Why does Aunt Agatha call Jeeves Bertie's keeper?
Bertie is a ineffectual individual, not too bright and always getting in trouble. Jeeves, like the zookeeper, keeps Bertie in check and provides solutions to the idiotic situations the young man gets into.
3. Who is Meadowes?
Meadowes is Jeeves' predecessor as a valet. He was an untrustworthy character who evidently stole some of Bertie's silk socks.
4. Why does Florence Craye give Bertie serious books to read?
Florence is his fiance of the moment and feels a keen duty to boost Bertie up to her own intellectual plane. Florence is very bright and enjoys reading philosophy for fun, which is rather a stretch for poor Bertram Wooster.
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