Thank You, Jeeves Test | Final Test - Hard

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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. At the end of Chapter 20, who seems to have been arrested?

2. Where does Jeeves tell Bertie to sleep for the night in Chapter 16?

3. Who does Sir Roderick have an argument with after punishing Seabury?

4. What does Jeeves say Mr. Stoker asked him about in Chapter 11?

5. What does Bertie realize he needs when he returns to his cottage in Chapter 13?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Mr. Stoker accuse Jeeves of in Chapter 18? How does Jeeves defend his actions?

2. What does Jeeves say is on Lady Chuffnell's mind in Chapter 17?

3. How does Seabury intend to get revenge on Sir Roderick?

4. Where does Bertie go after he runs away from the cottage in Chapter 13? Where does he end up hiding?

5. What does Jeeves report he was able to set the record straight about in Chapter 11?

6. What do Bertie, Pauline and Chuffy discuss in the office in Chapter 19?

7. What do Sir Roderick and Bertie have in common in Chapter 16?

8. Why does Bertie set about sneaking out of his cottage in Chapter 13?

9. How does Chuffy feel when he hears Mr. Stoker's will is being contested?

10. Where did Mr. Stoker end up finding his daughter on the night she slipped off the yacht?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Discuss the genre of "Thank You, Jeeves". What genre is it and why is it an example of this genre? What are the common elements of this genre? What are some other examples of this genre?

Essay Topic 2

Analyze and interpret the character of Wooster. What are his defining character traits? What is his role in the novel? How does he affect the tone and plot of the novel?

Essay Topic 3

Discuss the relationship between Jeeves and Wooster. How would one define their relationship? What is their relationship based on? How do they treat one another?

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