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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 Mr. Stoker believe Chuffy wants to marry Pauline?
2. How does Bertie react to Sir Roderick's punishment of Seabury?
3. What is the title of Chapter 17?
4. When does Jeeves say he can give Bertie some butter?
5. Who is inclined to ignore Seabury's revenge on Sir Roderick?
Short Essay Questions
1. Where did Mr. Stoker end up finding his daughter on the night she slipped off the yacht?
2. What does Jeeves report he was able to set the record straight about in Chapter 11?
3. Where does Bertie go after he runs away from the cottage in Chapter 13? Where does he end up hiding?
4. How does Mr. Stoker react to Pauline and Chuffy's announcement that they intend to marry?
5. How does Seabury intend to get revenge on Sir Roderick?
6. Why is Chapter 20 titled, "Jeeves Has News"?
7. What does Jeeves tell Bertie he will not be able to provide at the end of Chapter 15?
8. What does Mr. Stoker do to Bertie after they have dinner together in Chapter 11?
9. What do Sir Roderick and Bertie have in common in Chapter 16?
10. Why is Mr. Stoker unhappy when he hears his uncle's will is being contested?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss the all-knowing aspect of Jeeves' character. Why is this an important trait to have in his profession? How does Jeeves' vast knowledge base help both him and Wooster throughout the novel?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the secondary characters in the novel. What are some similarities and differences amongst the characters? Does Wodehouse pay particular attention to the secondary characters? If so, which ones and why?
Essay Topic 3
Discuss Wodehouse's use of the plot device deus ex machina. Which stories contain this technique? Why might Wodehouse have used this technique? How does this plot device affect the tone and pace of the story?
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