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Final Test - Hard

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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Bertie do when he encounters the lunch visitors?

2. How much money does Bertie give Jeeves at the end of Chapter 10?

3. Who is Angela?

4. What is old Bittlesham upset about receiving?

5. When will Cora be singing at the club?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

The style of writing that Wodehouse employs for this novel is very casual. Much of it is written in a conversational style.

Find some examples that are "Wodehousean" in style: casual sentence structure; use of capital letters to replace words; silly words and nicknames; other unique characteristics of Wodehouse.

Essay Topic 2

The life of the idle rich is often of interest to us. Bertie floats from place to place with no real purpose but to eat, drink, and be merry. What is it about this life of Bertie's that draws the reader in?

What is Bertie's daily life like as described in this book? What is his purpose in life? Why are readers drawn in by this kind of life and character?

Essay Topic 3

Hyperbole is exaggeration in writing and is used in both comedy and drama. Show how Wodehouse uses hyperbole to heighten the comedy of these stories. Pick four concrete examples, explain why they are hyperbole, and analyze them in terms of what they do in the story.

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