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When Chips, dreaming through the hours at Mrs. Wickett’s, recollected those days, he used to look down at his feet and wonder which one of it was that had performed so signal a service. That, the trivial cause of so many momentous happenings, wasihe the one thing of which details evaded him.
But he re-saw the glorious hump of the Gable (he had never visited the Lake District since), and the mouse grey depths of Wastwater under the Screes; he could re-smell the washed air after heavy rain, and re-follow the ribbon of the pass across to Sty Head. So clearly it lingered, that time of dizzy happiness, those evening strolls by the waterside, her cool voice and her gay laughter.
She had been a very happy person, always. They had both been so eager, planning a future together; but he had been rather serious about it, even a little awed. It would be all right, of course, her coming to Brookfield; other housemasters were married. And she liked boys, she told him and would enjoy living amongst them. “Oh, Chips, I’m so glad you are what you are.
I was afraid you were a solicitor or a stockbroker or a dentist or a man with a big cotton business in Manchester when I first met you, I mean. School mastering’s so different, so important, don’t you think? To be influencing those who are going to grow up and matter to the world….”
Chips said he hadn’t thought of it like that – or, at least, not often. He did his best; that was all anyone could do in any job.
“Yes, of course, Chips. I do love you for saying simple things like that.” And one morning – another memory, gem-clear, when he turned to it – he had for some reason been afflicted with an acute desire to depreciate himself and all his attainments. He had told her of his only mediocre degree; of his occasional difficulties of discipline, of the certainty that he would never get a promotion, and of his complete ineligibility to marry a young and ambitious girl. And at the end of it all she had laughed in answer.
A Hansom clop-clopping in the roadway, green pale gas lamps flickering on wet pavement, newsboys shouting something about south Africa, sherlock holmes in baker street) “Goodbye, Mr. Chips…”.
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What were the activities of Chips after his retirement? OR How did Chips pass his retired life?
He invited the new boys as well as the Masters for tea, watched the match, dined with the Head and Masters, edited the new edition of the Brookfield Directory, wrote articles and read newspapers and detective novels.
Where did the chips go in 1913?
In 1913, Chips went to Wiesbaden for his treatment. There, he stayed at the German master’s house in Brookfield. Herr Steffel was thirty years his junior.
What is German measles?
It is a highly contagious viral disease, especially in children, which causes swelling of the lymph MPH glands and reddish-pink spots on the skin. It is also called rubella.
How did Chips describe John Revers in his farewell speech?
Chips did not mention the chairman of the governors, Sir John Rivers, who had been a student of Chips. Chips said John Rivers had his hair pulled back and had no idea what the difference was between Gerond and Gerondio in his school days.
Why did Mr. Chips decide to retire?
The answer was Mr. Chips had bronchitis and he stayed away from duty during the winter of 1913. He decided to retire in the summer of 1913 at the age of 65.
What happened in Brookfield in 1880?
In 1880, German measles spread there and two thirds of the school became ill. The school’s main hall was converted into a hospital ward.
How much time did Chips spend in Brookfield?
He spent forty-three years there. He said he was very happy there.
Explain Mr. Chips’ farewell speech. Or what did Chips say in his farewell speech?
Chips made a lot of jokes during his farewell speech. It contained many Latin quotations. There was also a reference to the school team captain. He also reviewed Brookfield School’s past as a teacher. He mentioned the first cycle, The Lamp Boy, the seven-week cold, the day Big Hall was turned into a hospital ward by German measles.
What is the significance of 1913 in the life of Chips? Or what happened to the chips in 1913?
In 1913, Chips had bronchitis and was off duty for almost the entire winter. He decided to resign. He was 65 at the time. He thought that if he could not do his job well, it would be unfair to continue.
When and why did Ralston leave Brookfield?
Ralston left Brookfield in 1911 because he had a better chance. He was offered to head a better government school.
Who was Ralston’s successor and what kind of man was he?
The answer was Chatters Ralston’s successor. He was a promising young man of 34 years. He was a science graduate, friendly and compassionate. He wisely accepted the chips. She also liked chips.
What is the memory of Mr Chips regarding “Rod and Lines”?
He thought of writing a book called “Memories of Rod and Lines” in which he would like to write about each of his students, teachers, his wife and his daily life through Brookfield.
What happened on Mafeking night?
It was the night of a great celebration in the early 20th century. There was a bonfire near the pavilion which caught fire and the fire brigade was called to put it out.
When was Big Hall turned into a hospital ward?
In 1880, when two-thirds of the students contracted German measles, Big Hall was transformed into a hospital ward.
Who was Mrs. Brool?
She was a woman who worked in a tuck shop until an uncle in Australia left her a lot of money. Her picture was still there.
Who was Herr Stiefel?
He was a German master at Brookfield and Mr. Chips stayed at his home in 1913 when he went to Wiesbaden for treatment. He was killed on the Western Front (Germany) during World War I.
Who was Chatteris?
Mr. Chatters was the headmaster who joined Brookfield after Mr. Ralston. He was 34 years old and was a natural sciences trooper. He was wonderful, modern, friendly and compassionate.
What were the qualifications of Mr. Chips?
Mr. Chips was an ordinary teacher with poor qualifications. He was a simple graduate of Cambridge. His degree was not good.
What are Mr chips meant to be?
An expression is sometimes used for a male teacher, especially one who is liked by his students.
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