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Carry on, Jeeves! Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Discuss the relationship between Bertram and Jeeves. Is there more there than an employer/employee relationship? Explain.

Speculate on the reasons that Bertram Wooster's friends consist largely of people that have wealthy aunts and uncles. What does this say about Bertram's character?

Throughout the story Jeeves continues to be aware of information that Bertram is either unaware of or doesn't realize Jeeves knows. The few times that Jeeves does intercept information that he wasn't fully aware of he doesn't act shocked. What can you deduce about Jeeves from these facts?

Some of the answers to the problems that Jeeves thinks up might be considered immoral. For instance some of the things might be considered blackmail, not to mention lying and deceiving people. What is it about Jeeves that makes these acts seem tolerable? Explain.

Rocky's Aunt Isabel Rockmetteller was quiet convinced that going to enjoy the high...

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