Important Questions of Mr. Chips for F. A. students

In this article, I have discussed the most important question of the Novel Mr. Chips. The novel Mr. Chips is included in the course of F. A. The questions, I discussed in the novel are most important from the examination point of view. If a student can prepare these questions he or she can attempt easily all questions of this novel.

The important questions of Mr. Chips

Good Bye Mr. Chips is a short novel Witten by James Hilton. James Hilton was born in 1900 and died in 1944. Good Bye Mr. Chips is an excellent novel. James Hilton plays a very important role in English Literature. He was a great journalist, Novelist, and critic. He wrote Mr. Chips in four days, but instead of writing this novel in four days, this novel gains a lot of popularity. His other famous novels are.

1. Catherine herself
2. And Now Good-Bye
3. Knight Without Armour
4. Lost Horizon
5. Random Harness
6. Time and Time Again.

1. Write a note on Brookfield.

Brookfield was a wonderful school in England. It was surrounded by elm trees. It has greenery and playground. It saw many ups and downs. With reference to this school, Mr. Wetherby and Mr. Ralston gained great popularity in the educational circle. It was a good school for the second rate.

2. What contribution did Brookfield make to England?

Brookfield contributed a lot to England. It has creative people to the country such as bishops, judges, businessmen, professional men, and many others. During World War I, its teachers and students joined up the force and fought for their country also contributed during the general strike.

3. Draw a Character Sketch of Mr. Chips.

Mr. Chips is a remarkable character in the novel. He was a matchless old man. He was kind to everyone Hew was an excellent teacher. He was a humorist as well. He served his guest's tea and cakes. He was popular in his school.

4. Write a note on Chips as a teacher.

Chips was a good and brilliant teacher. Earlier his method was old and undisciplined but he brought some changes in himself. He got fame as a teacher. His students loved him and adored him. He also changed the atmosphere with his jokes.

5. Write an account of Mr. chips’ married life.

Mr. Chips got married at mid-age of his life. His marriage was successful. His married life brought many good changes in his life. He became disciplined, affectionate, and a good fellow. His wife broadened his ideas and vies. On the whole his married life. Was a good turn in his life.

6. What influence did Katherine Bidge’s exercise on Chips?

Katherine bridges brought up a new personality in Chips. She made him a new man. Before his marriage, Chips was a dry and harsh person but after his marriage, he became happy and affectionate. He improved his discipline.  He improved himself in every field of life.

7. Describe the first encounter between. Mr. Chips and Katherine Bridges.

One day, Mr. Chips was climbing on Great Gable. There he saw a girl on the mountain. He thought that she was in danger. He ran to help her. But he slipped and wrenched his ankle. The same girl whose name was Katherine helped him. This was their first meeting.

8. Discuss the quarrel between Ralston and Chips.

Ralston considered that Mr. Chips is an old person and his method of teaching is also old. He suggested that Mr. Chips would get retired but Chips did not want to leave the school. The students and their parents supported. Mr. Chips Mr. Chips won. Mr. Ralston left Brookfield and joined another school.

9. Write a note on Chips ‘humor.

Chips was also known as a great jester. He started making jokes to the students. People waited for his new jokes. They all liked his hokes. After his marriage, his jokes became matured.
9. Can we look upon Mr. Chips as an institution of Brookfield?
Chips spent his life in Brookfield.  He had a deep affection for this institution. He was a teacher, a doyen, and acting head in the school. He was Brookfield. Even after his retirement, he was linked with it.

10. Draw a character sketch of Katherine Bridges.

Katherine Bridges was a beautiful girl. She was a kind lady. She had radical vies about politics and women. Her vies were modern and broad. He was admired by all.

11. Write a short note on the views and ideas of Katherine Bridges?

Katherine Bridges was a girl of modern ideas and views. She liked to read Bernard Shaw and Ibsen. She was in favor of women’s admission to universities. And their right of voting. She had radical ideas about politics.

12. Write a brief note on Mr. Wetherby.

Mr. Wetherby was a remarkable headmaster of Brookfield. He was a kind and loving person. He had vivid eyes. He advised Chips to teach with enthusiasm. Hew was courteous and co-operative. He made Brookfield a good school during his period.

13. Write a brief note on Mr. Meldrum.

Mr. Meldrum was the second headmaster of Brookfield.. He was also a very kind person. He served Brookfield for three decades. He was a very kind person and died of pneumonia. Mr. Chips spent a happy time with him.

14. Write a note on Mr. Raltson.

Mr. Raltson was the headmaster of Brookfield. He was energetic, ruthless, and ambitious. He was a young man of thirty-seven Under his headship, Brookfield gained high status. He brought many changes to the school.

15. Write a brief note on Chatteris.

After Ralston, Chatteris was the headmaster of the school. He was kind and courteous. He was a modern man he was friendly and sympathetic to everyone. He worked hard for the progress of the school. But he died due to his bad health. He had good terms with Chips.

16. Write a brief note on Mr. Merivale.

Mr. Merivale was a doctor of Mr. Chips. He visited Chips every fortnight or so. He was a good friend of chips. He used to say to Mr. Chips that his Mr. Chips, health was would die a natural death. He also called Chips remarkable. Old boy.

17. Write a note to Mrs. Wickett.

Mrs. Wickett was a kind lady. Chips stayed at her house after his retirement. She served Mr. chips in her house. She was also the in-charge of the linen room at Brookfield. 

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