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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. Why does Bertie intend to criticize Tuppy in Chapter 13 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
2. What does Bertie discuss with Madeline in Chapter 10 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
3. In Chapter 9 of "Right Ho, Jeeves," what does Jeeves say he saw on the outside of the Brinkley Court house?
4. Where does Tuppy accuse Bertie of hiding Gussie?
5. Where is Tuppy hiding while Bertie speaks to Angela in Chapter 14 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Angela admit in Chapter 19 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
2. What does Jeeves deliver to Bertie in Chapter 20 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
3. What goes wrong after Bertie rings the fire bell?
4. What leads to the reconciliations that Bertie tried to arrange throughout "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
5. How does Bertie get out of helping his aunt give out prizes?
6. What happens when Bertie starts to criticize Tuppy in front of Angela?
7. How much gin is added to Gussie's juice in Chapter 16 of "Right Ho, Jeeves," and how much of it does he drink?
8. What happens when Jeeves and Bertie unlock the door to let Tuppy into Bertie's room in Chapter 18 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
9. Why does Bertie's Aunt Agatha demand of him in Chapter 3 of "The Inimitable Jeeves," and why?
10. What scheme does Jeeves come up with in Chapter 21 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss irony in "Life with Jeeves." What are three types of irony and what are some examples of each type from the collection?
Essay Topic 2
Analyze Wooster. What are his defining character traits? What is his role in the collection? How does he affect the tone and plot of the stories?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss schemes in the collection, "Life with Jeeves." Which characters plan and act out schemes? Are these plans successful? Why or why not? Are these plans written in a comedic or a serious tone?
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