Good-bye, Mr. Chips - Chapter XVII through Chapter XVIII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XVII through Chapter XVIII Summary

Chapter XVII

Dr. Merivale reminds Chips to stay indoors, adding that he wished he had Chips' life. Chips thinks that it was, after all, quite a life—so many memories and good times to keep him company. While Mrs. Wicket is away, there is a knock at the door. Though he probably should not answer the door—might catch a draft—Chips makes his way there. There is a very young boy standing there in a Brookfield cap. The boy, Linford, tells him that he was told Chips wanted to see him. Chips knows the older boys were playing a joke, a gag—so he'd play along. He invites the shy youngster in. Sensing that Linford was having a hard time at school, he tells him about his rough entry into...

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