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Throughout the novel, several characters discuss their opinion of Wooster's mustache. Locate two of these in the novel, and summarize their opinions of his new facial hair. What was Wooster's response?

In the novel, Dahlia pawned her necklace in an effort to sell her newspaper to Mr. Trotter, whereas Percy sold his mother's in an effort to raise money to support the play of the woman he loved. Therefore, both individuals committed the same act. Do you believe either of them was right in the actions? If so, why? If not, why not?

Wooster's outing with Florence to a nightclub prompted his own demise in terms of Stilton's violent actions towards him. Do you believe Stilton had a right to be angry? If so, why? If not, why? Do you believe he had a right to threaten bodily harm? Why or why not?

Dahlia hurts many individuals...

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