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"Good-bye, Mr. Chips," by James Hilton, tells the story of Mr. Chipping, nicknamed Mr. Chips, who becomes a teacher at an English all-boys boarding school called Brookfield. Mr. Chips worked for a year at another school but did not feel comfortable there and did not get a very good review from the headmaster. Mr. Chips is one of the language teachers and rather unenthusiastically teaches the dead languages of Ancient Greek and Latin. Privately, he feels that learning these languages is rather meaningless but nonetheless goes through the motions. He is not a very good disciplinarian and in fact is somewhat intimidated by the student body.
Mr. Chips lives at the school and has very little personal pleasure in his life. Chips has never felt comfortable around women—his ideal woman is delicate, weak and timid. When he is 48-years old, he and a school colleague... View more of the Good-bye, Mr. Chips Summary
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