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  • Good-bye, Mr. Chips
    Goodbye, Mr. Chips is a wonderful story about Mr. Chipping, who was a teacher and headmaster at Brookfield, a second rank school for boys. In 1870, Mr. Chipping interviewed at Brookfield, after a...

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    The presence of a teacher who must read aloud the names of his students who have become the casualties of war is an antiwar statement. Mr. Chips recalls these students, his students, sitting in...

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    The setting for the story is the fictional boys' school, Brookfield. It is thought to be based on the Leys school in Cambridge, England, which the author James Hilton attended. However the...

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  • Good-bye, Mr. Chips
    The original question had to be edited. I would suggest that Mr. Chips's characterization represents the very best of what teachers can and should be. Mr. Chips demonstrates a love for what he...

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    James Hilton's novel, Good-bye Mr. Chips, is a sentimental tale about a popular schoolteacher at Brookfield, an English boys school. Nearly the entire story takes place in the form of a...

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  • Good-bye, Mr. Chips
    A novel that is built more like a reverie about the life and times of Mr. Chipping, the work is highly romantic in many aspects. One such way is to create a sense of permanence in impermanent...

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  • Good-bye, Mr. Chips
    This novelette is a very touching story about a rather shy and effaced schoolmaster who wins the affection and loyalty of his pupils. One theme would be that people are deeper and more complex than...

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