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Carry on, Jeeves! Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Bertram Wooster

Bertram Wooster, often called Bertie, is one of the two main characters in the story. The reader isn't told a lot about Bertram's looks, but one knows that he is a young man. Bertram is described as being someone that can be persuaded into anything his friends need. For this reason, Jeeves will be forced to look out for him at certain intervals in the story. There are even moments when women, who Bertram admitting doesn't like at all, can seem to have a moment's worth of power over him.

Bertram has weaknesses that become apparent. Throughout the story, he always is giving help to his friends. All of his friends are similar to Bertie. They are young, unmarried men who rely on the financial distributions from either an aunt or an uncle. It takes very little for Bertram to be talked into a bad situation by...

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