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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. How does Miss Hemingway's brother loose a lot of money?
2. Where does Bertie go after ringing the fire bell?
3. What does Angela appear carrying for Tuppy in Chapter 15 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
4. What did Gussie forget to bring with him to the ball?
5. Who appears at Bertie's door in Chapter 17 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 18 of "Right Ho, Jeeves," who does Tuppy believe stole Angela's affections?
2. What event does Gussie plan to attend and how does he feel about going?
3. Describe Gussie's disastrous night in Chapter 5 of "Right Ho, Jeeves."
4. How did Dahlia lose the money given to her for her magazine? How does Bertie suggest Dahlia gets her husband's sympathy?
5. What does Bertie's aunt need help with in Chapter 4 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"? How does she persuade him to help?
6. In Chapter 1 of "Right Ho, Jeeves," who does Jeeves say called frequently to see Bertie while he was away? What did this person confide in Jeeves?
7. What happens after Bertie pushes Oswald into the lake?
8. What happens when Bertie starts to criticize Tuppy in front of Angela?
9. Why is Gussie so upset in Chapter 11 of "Right Ho, Jeeves"?
10. Why does Sir Roderick want to interview Bertie in Chapter 7 of "The Inimitable Jeeves"?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the motif of money in the collection "Life with Jeeves." What role does money and wealth play in the book? How does money affect Jeeves, his position, and relationship with Wooster? How does money cause problems for the different characters in the stories?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the pursuit of love in Wodehouse's collection "Life with Jeeves." Is the pursuit of love a focus of the book? Which characters have romantic feelings for one another? How do these characters pursue the object of their affection?
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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