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Goodbye Mr. Chips, a Review and Theme Analysis

Summary: Analyzes the James Hilton novel, Goodbye Mr. Chips. Discusses the inspiration behind the novel as well as the vivid imagery used by Hilton to describe his characters and their setting.
James Hilton, creator of such stories as Goodbye Mr. Chips stated that the book s he read as a child gave him the inspiration he needed to become the writer he is. James Hilton, feels the reader's imagination with the images that he wishes the reader to see, hear, and feel. His use of vivid, concrete visual imagery to present both immobile and energetic settings and to describe people is part of his technique. Hilton's short story "Goodbye Mr. Chips" is a story about an older man who goes back to memories of a love one, He thinks about the good time he spent with that loved one. In "Goodbye Mr. Chips," a careful reader can observe Hilton's skillful manipulation of the love he felt for her.

The sense of sight, the primary sense, is particularly susceptible to manipulation. In "Goodbye Mr. Chips," Hilton uses the following image...

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