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Good-Bye, Mr. Chips

Mr. Hilton’s classic story of an English schoolmaster.

Mr. Chipping, the classics master at Brookfield School since 1870, takes readers on a beguiling journey through the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Sometimes Chips, as he is affectionately known, is an old man who dreams by the fire; then he’s a difficult young taskmaster schooling his students, or a middle-aged man

Mr. Chipping, the classics master at Brookfield School since 1870, takes readers on a beguiling journey through the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Sometimes Chips, as he is affectionately known, is an old man who dreams by the fire; then he’s a difficult young taskmaster schooling his students, or a middle-aged man encountering the lovely Katherine, whose “new woman” opinions work far-reaching changes in him. As succeeding generations of boys march onward through Chips’ mind, Hilton’s narrative remains masterful. He seamlessly interweaves a poignant love story with the jokes and eccentricities of English public school life, while also chronicling a new, uncertain world full of conflict and upheaval that extends far beyond the turrets of Brookfield.
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    Ahmed  Ejaz

    Jan 25, 2018

    rated it
    really liked it

    Shelves:
    full-lengths,
    2018

    “Brookfield will never forget his lovableness.”

    Before starting, I thought I wouldn’t love this novel. Turned out I was partiality right. Yeah! I loved it, but not completely. Because it was little boring for my taste. Although it was boring, I liked the character of Mr. Chips. It was so vivid and complete. His character development was gradual. And that was good. I liked his sense of humour and thoughts.
    I liked his chapters with Katherine. Those were the best. And last few chapters related t


    “Brookfield will never forget his lovableness.”

    Before starting, I thought I wouldn’t love this novel. Turned out I was partiality right. Yeah! I loved it, but not completely. Because it was little boring for my taste. Although it was boring, I liked the character of Mr. Chips. It was so vivid and complete. His character development was gradual. And that was good. I liked his sense of humour and thoughts.
    I liked his chapters with Katherine. Those were the best. And last few chapters related to war were also good. Except for them, I couldn’t enjoy much of the novel. His death scene literally made my eyes wet. Maybe because I got emotionally attached with him as I had been reading this novel for almost six months. Oh, I forgot to tell you. I read it as a course-book. Not by my will. I could read this before my class. But I didn’t. I didn’t want to.
    My English professor did an excellent job in explaining this novel. It is also one the reasons I loved this. 🙂
    Don’t know what to say further. Also don’t know whether I should recommend this. It just depends upon your taste.

    24 January, 2018
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    Richard Derus

    Nov 17, 2011

    rated it
    really liked it

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    review of another edition

    Rating: 4.75* of five

    The Book Report: Old Mr. Chipping, nearing ninety and still telling his hoary old jokes from sixty years ago to the newbies at Brookfields school, spends his last few days on earth wandering among the many well-furnished rooms in his head. We see the events of his entire career as a schoolmaster, his brief, brilliant career as a husband, and his long, glorious sunset as a School Institution. As he passes through the portal made for one (bet Chips’d know the source on that on

    The Book Report: Old Mr. Chipping, nearing ninety and still telling his hoary old jokes from sixty years ago to the newbies at Brookfields school, spends his last few days on earth wandering among the many well-furnished rooms in his head. We see the events of his entire career as a schoolmaster, his brief, brilliant career as a husband, and his long, glorious sunset as a School Institution. As he passes through the portal made for one (bet Chips’d know the source on that one), he feels…as I hope and pray all who read this will feel on their own long night…it was good, it was good.

    My Review: I read this book tonight because, for far from the first time in my life to date, I learned that I lost an old, old friend: My mother’s best friend, my heart-mother, finally let go of her life barely short of her 92nd birthday on January 4.

    I know it was only her body wearing down, because dementia had long since taken her essence from the living world. But tonight, forty-two years after I met her and began to love her, I feel she is here. And I promised her I wouldn’t cry, she told me it hurt her to see me cry once a lifetime ago, but I can’t not. It’s for myself, for my heart growing old and curling inwards from surprisingly fresh hurt. I don’t miss her, or miss her more than I did yesterday; death is a release when someone is already no longer themselves; but the days ahead number fewer than the days behind, and I can see my own end like a hill far away, instead of the comforting illusion of horizons hiding it. It’s not scary. It’s just…real.

    I am now the age she was when I met her. My memories are so real! The Pirate’s Den, the junque shoppe on North Lamar, parking under the pecan tree and racing everyone to be the first to see what was new; cold, cold Bull Creek, flat hot rocks, the folds of the Balcones Escarpment and their fossil shells; laughing, crying, talking, always with a silver-bunned, trifocalled, green-eyed artist teaching the only things she knew to teach. I needed them then, I treasure them now, and there is no one else to whom these memories mean one single thing except an old guy reliving his past.

    She was Mr. Chips, and I listened the way those schoolboys did; now it’s my turn…sic semper tyrranis, oh wait that was the assassin but that’s good too, sic transit Irenaea mundi…hail and farewell, dear, now you go on home to Mother and Daddy, walk safe!
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    Arpit

    Oct 23, 2015

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Recommended to Arpit by:
    Goodreads
    Shelves:
    classic

    Tearful eyes, smile on lips and a warm feeling of satisfaction in the heart. That was my state when I completed this book.
    This book is not a story or something, but it’s a mere character sketch. Character sketch of Mr. Chipping. Or we can say Mr. Chips.
    Tears, smiles and satisfaction. Let’s analyse them.

    Tears-
    Let’s start with a quote.

    “Beauty of whatever kind, in its supreme development, invariably excites the sensitive soul to tears.”
    Edgar Allan Poe

    I don’t know what was the actual thing which did

    Tears-
    Let’s start with a quote.

    “Beauty of whatever kind, in its supreme development, invariably excites the sensitive soul to tears.”
    Edgar Allan Poe

    I don’t know what was the actual thing which did bring tears to my eyes. (That means I’m a sensitive soul. hehehe.)
    Was it (view spoiler) or the dedication of old Mr. Chipping or the subject itself, which is very close to my heart?

    I guess it was the whole book as a complete package. It’s like Mr. James Hilton took lots of emotion, put them in a big box and then compressed it. Compressed it till it became a little book. And then when we open it, it starts extracting and you can’t do anything but wonder about wonders of books.

    And the theme, as I already stated, is very close to my heart.

    “Schoolmastering’s so different, so important, don’t you think? To be influencing those who are going to grow up and matter to the world . . .”

    Teaching is my favourite profession. No! It’s not a profession, it’s a duty.
    Give me any good book about teaching and take full five shining stars back. (Recommendations needed in this category :P)

    Smiles-
    Not only the classroom jokes of Mr. chips were funny, but his whole life was full of irony. Every time when you feel sad for Mr. Chips, he would come up with some teaching flavoured jokes and you like- “Shut up Mr. Chips! That’s enough.”
    And how can you not be happy after finding such a good book? I mean, look at his writing. How wonderful! And this book is a proof of author’s character developing skills. You are a brilliant author Mr. author.
    I have nothing to say more than repeating again and again and again the same thing, that’s how much I love this book.

    Satisfaction
    Well, did you ever come across a book which was so perfect, that you didn’t want a single change in it? I’m not saying that this-book-is-so-perfect, there might be some flaws in it, but it was a perfect experience for me. A journey with Mr. Chips.

    Hey, how do you feel about your old photo albums (not digital ones)? Just a picture you see and the whole story start playing in front of your eyes.( Memories, they are very strong and mysterious things.)
    Well, the same experience you will feel here. It’s like some glimpses of Mr. Chips’ life. Some stills. And a complete story.
    And about the size? Hmm, it was like I neither wanted less nor cried for more.

    PS-This book was perfect for me. The only trouble was my history knowledge, which was very poor. If you want to know about this book, I tell you. Have you seen the movie Forrest Gump? (Well, I’m not sure about the book since I haven’t read it.) If yes, then replace Mr. Gump with Mr. Chips. Done? Now change the background from USA to UK. Done? And all the depicted historical events of USA, change them with the historical events of Great Britain. And here’s your book. Easy, isn’t it? Enjoy.

    PPS– Is it too long? Unnecessary stuff? Don’t hesitate to point out.
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