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Who is Bertram Wooster? Why is the story told from his point of view? Does the plot revolve around Bertram? If not, who is the main character of the novel? Why does Bertram decide he must move from his apartment? Where does he go? Why does Bertram choose this place? What complications arise when he arrives at this location? Why?

Who is Jeeves? For whom does Jeeves work at the beginning of the novel? For whom does Jeeves work later in the novel? Who is the third person for whom Jeeves works? Why does Jeeves change employers so often? For whom does Jeeves work at the end of the novel? For what reason does Jeeves take this final job at the end of the novel? What other reasons might there be for Jeeves decision to work for this person?

Who is Lord Chuffnell? Why does Bertram call...

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