Carry on, Jeeves! Themes

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The reader will find that a large theme in the book is loyalty. The main viewpoint of loyalty comes from Bertram and Jeeves, since they are the two main characters in the story. The reader will see that they both take care of each other in a sense. Jeeves constantly wants to change things about Bertram, such as his clothing and facial hair, but Bertram doesn't get angry with Jeeves and they are always able to reach an understanding. The reader knows that Jeeves has been offered employment by other people in the story and they offer to pay him more money, but the reader sees that Jeeves refuses to go. There is no explanation given for his actions, but the reader can see that there is a deep loyalty between the two.

There is also loyalty shown in the story between friends. Almost every chapter in the...

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