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He considered them monstrous creature. He did not like women taking up bicycling. Chapter 05 Q. Chips remembered the evening strolls by the waterside with Katherine. He remembered her cool voice and gay laughter. He remembered how eager they had been to plan their future together. Ans: Katherine was happy that Chips was a teacher and not a solicitor or a stockbroker or a dentist or a man with a big cotton business in Manchester.
She liked teaching profession. Ans: Katherine considered that the school mastering is so different and so important because this profession influenced those who were going to grow up and matter to the world. Chips knew that he had mediocre degree; of his occasional difficulties of discipline, of the certainty that he would never get promotion, and of his complete ineligibility to marry a young and ambitious girl.
Ans: Katherine said that she felt like a new boy beginning his first term with Chips. She was in thoroughly respectful mood. She asked if she should call him Sir or Mr. She said Mr. Chips would be right. Then she said, Good-Bye Mr. Chapter 06 Q. Ans: Katherine was immensely popular with boys and masters.
She conquered Brookfield as she had conquered Chips. Even the wives of masters tempted at first to be jealous of someone so young and lovely. But they could not long resist her charms. Ans: Before marriage, Chips was a dry and rather neutral sort of person. He was liked and thought well of by Brookfield in general, but not at the stuff that made the great popular, or stirred great affection. Ans: Katherine made Chips a new man to all appearances. Chips eyes gained sparkle.
The one thing he had always had, a sense of humour. He began to feel a greater strength. His discipline improved. He became more popular. Ans: Katherine broadened his views and opinions by giving him an outlook for beyond the roofs and turrets of Brookfield.
Chips saw his country as something deep and gracious to which Brookfield was one of the feeding streams. Chips was conservative in politics while Katherine had radical views. However, her young idealism worked upon his maturity to produce and amalgam very gentle and wise.
Ans: The idea suggested by Katherine was so revolutionary that from anyone but Katherine it could not have survived its first frosty reception.
Ans: The whole stall and school were against the idea of the match between Brookfield and Mission school because everyone was certain that the East End lads would be hooligans, or else that they would be made to feel uncomfortable. Anyhow, there would be incidents, and everyone would be confused and upset.
Ans: Lex Canuleia is the law of Roman History that permits patricians to marry plebeians. Chapter 07 Q. Ans: After the death of Katherine, whenever Chips had trouble with a boy, he was always at the mercy of a softening wave of reminiscence.
Ans: Katherine had not always pleaded for leniency. On rather rare occasions she urged severity where Chips was inclined to be forgiving. Ans: Chips remembered about that affair when Dunster put a rat in the organ-loft while old Ogilvie was taking choir-practice.
Ogilvie was dead and Dunster drowned at Jutland. Ans: Chips could not write his memories because he had to face some difficulties. The chief one was that writing tired him, both mentally and physically.
Moreover, his recollections lost much of their flavour when they were written down. Ans: Katherine urged Chips by suggesting that she would let the boys off if she were Chips. She also suggested him to find out the real cause of problem.
Chapter 08 Q. Ans: After the death of Katherine, Chips found himself to be in horrifying nightmare. He wished to die like her. He did not want to talk anyone or to receive condolences.
He was in the situation of cold and continuing trance. He was totally preoccupied. Ans: Chips did not want to talk anyone or to receive condolences because he wanted to get used to things before facing the kind words of the others. In this way, he tried to overcome his grief. Ans: Faulkner was a student of Chips. He met Chips in the lane outside the school. He asked Chips if he might have the afternoon off and miss chapel too.
He still asked if he could go to the station to meet his guests. Ans: On 1st April , Katherine died while giving birth to a baby and her new-born child also died on the same day. Ans: On 1st April , Chips received a lot of letters. All of them were addressed to his name. He tore them open one after the other but each letter contained nothing except a blank sheet of paper.
He thought that it was rather peculiar but he made no comment. That was an April foolery played with him. Chapter 09 Q. Ans: Naylor was a student was a student at Brookfield. When Chips made some energetic fives in the cricket playground, he said, Not half bad for an old chap like him. Ans: In old age he acquired some gentle eccentricities of teachers and parsons.
He wore his gown till it was almost too tattered to hold together. He wore glasses slipping down the nose. His eyebrows were lifted, one a little higher than the other.
He cast a glance that was half rapt and half quizzical. This glance of Chips became a popular subject of mimicry. Chips was neither against the Boers nor in favour of them. But still he believed that some of them were the heroes of their own country. They had an odd similarity with certain English heroes i. Hereward the Wake, or Caractacus.
Ans: Chips said, Mr. Lloyd George, I am nearly old enough to remember you as a young man and I confess that you seem to me to have improved a great deal. Chapter 10 Q. Ans: Meldrum was a head of Brookfield who succeeded Wetherby.
He had held office three decades. Ans: Ralston was a young man of thirty-seven.
He was glittering with Firsts and Blues. He had a personality that could reduce the Big Hall to silence by the mere lifting of an eyebrow. Ans: The railway men were on strike.
The soldiers were driving the engines. Stones were being thrown at train. The boys of Brookfield were asked to guard the railway line. Jones was a striker. He was a servant in the railway department. He had the charge of the signal-box at the station.
He had taken Kathie to London to see the procession. There, they saw Queen Victoria sitting in the carriage. Ans: He was careless and preoccupied after hearing the news about the sinking of Titanic. It was because his father had sailed on it. The boy was anxious about the safety of his father. Chapter 11 Q. Ans: Ralston said that Chips methods of teaching were slack and old fashioned and his personal habits were slovenly.
Moreover, Chips had just reached sixty years old in Therefore, Ralston asked him to retire. But Chips refused to do so. At this they began to quarrel. Ans: Ralston said that Chips methods of teaching were slack and old fashioned. He said that Chips personal habits were slovenly, Chips ignored his instructions, his gown was a subject of continuous amusement throughout the school and he taught dead languages in dead educational technique.
Ans: Chips thought that Ralston was trying to run Brookfield like a factory a factory for turning out a snob culture based on money and machines. He thought that old gentlemanly traditions of family and broad acres were changing because of Ralston. Ans: A small boy, waiting to see Ralston, had been listening the whole conversation between Chips and Ralston.
He told his friends and the boys conveyed the news to their parents and the news spread like a fire all around the school that Ralston had insulted Chips.
Ans: The masters did not like the cruel treatment of Ralston. They hated Ralstons slave driving. Moreover, they considered Chips a champion. Therefore, they supported Chips in the row with Ralston.
Ans: The students had sympathy for Chips and they supported him. Before that row, they feared and respected Ralston. But after the row, they did not fear Ralston. Even they did not bother to respect him. They did all this for Chips. Ans: Sir John River was a pupil of Chips. He knew very well both Ralston and Chips. He knew Ralston was a clever fellow. He favoured Chips because he thought that Chips was justified in his row with Ralston. Chapter 12 Q. Ans: Chatteris was a head of Brookfield.
He succeeded Ralston who was even younger that Ralston. He was of thirty four. He was supposed to be very brilliant. He wisely accepted Chips and Chips also liked him. He was modern, friendly, and sympathetic. Ans: At the final end-of-term dinner, in July , Chips received farewell presentation and made a speech.
It was not very long speech, but it had a good many jokes in it which made it twice. There were several Latin quotations in it. Brool worked at the tuck-shop of Brookfield. She then left the tuck-shop and went to Australia as her uncle had left her a lot of money there.
Chips told about her in his speech on the day of his retirement. Ans: He invited boys to tea, watched matches, dined with the Head and the masters took on the preparation of the new edition of Brookfieldian Directory, wrote articles and read newspaper and detective novels.
Chapter 13 Q. Military camps were set up near the Brookfield. The soldiers used play-fields for sports and training. Many of its teachers and students fought for the glory of England. Ans: Chatteris came to Chips and requested him to rejoin the Brookfield.
Chatteris told him that he was ill with diabetes. He said that younger masters had joined army and new staff could not do well. He asked Chips to help him in holding the things together which were in the danger of flying to bits. Ans: Blades was a head of School House.
He was of eighteen years old. He was getting training for cadetship. What joke did Chips make about him? Ans: Forrester was a small boy at Brookfield. He was only four feet high above his muddy football shoes. He talked to Chips about war. As a joke Chips asked him if he was going to join the army. Chapter 14 Q.
Ans: He felt very fit, and actual work was not taxing. He was absurdly gratified by the success. For the first time in his life he felt necessary for Brookfield that was nearest to his heart. Ans: In and , he sat in the headmasters study every morning. He handled problems, dealt with plaints and request. Out of vast experience, he had become very kind, gentle and confident. He kept a sense of proportion. Chips read his name in the heroes of England which was funny for others.
Thats why the people asked different questions from Chips. Ans: A bayonet was a knife fixed at the muzzle of gun. It was used for killing enemies. About bayonet-practice, Chips said that it was very vulgar way of killing people. Chapter 15 Q. Ans: On a night of full moonlight, Chips was taking his lower-fourth in Latin on the ground floor when the air- raid warning was given. Ans: Burrow was a pale, lean and medically unfit science master. He was nicknamed the stink-Merchant.
Chips called scientists as a Stink-Merchant. They invented new kind of mischief in their laboratories. Ans: When the shelling had stopped, they learned that five bombs had fallen in and around Brookfield. The nearest bomb fell just outside the School grounds. Nine persons had been killed. Ans: World War I ended on 11 November, A whole holiday was declared. How did Katherine Bridges look? Ans: She had blue flashing eyes and freckled cheeks and smooth straw-colored hair. Ans: She believed that women ought to be admitted to the universities.
She even thought that they ought to have a vote. Why did Chips not like Bernard Shaw and Ibsen and cycling? Ans: Chips was a conventional person. He did not like Bernard Shaw and Ibsen for their disturbing plays.
He did not like women taking up bicycling because he was against the freedom of women. What did Chips see while climbing on Great Gable? Ans: One day, climbing on Great Gable, he saw a girl waving excitedly from a dangerous-looking edge. Why did Katherine begin to like Chips? Ans: She began to like Chips because he had gentle and quiet manners. She liked his honest views though they were out-dated.
She also liked his brown charming, eyes. What was the profession of Katherine? Ans: She was a governess out of job but she had already saved a little money.
What were the political views of Katherine? Ans: In politics, she had radical views. She was impressed by the people like Bernard Shaw and William Morris.
She thought that women ought to have a vote. Where and with whom did Chips go during the summer vacation of ? Ans: He went up to the Lake District in with his colleague Rowden. What did Katherine say to Chips on the night before the wedding? Ans: She said that she felt like a new boy beginning his first term with Chips. What did Chips remember about the time he spent with Katherine in Lake District? Ans: He remembered the evening strolls with her. He remembered her cool voice and gay laughter.
She had always been a happy person. They had been so eager, planning a future together, but he had been a bit serious about it, even a little awed. Where was Katherine married from? Ans: She had no parents. She was married from the house of an aunt in Ealing. Was Katherine pleased with Chips being a teacher? Ans: She enjoyed living among the boys. She was happy that Chips was a teacher and not a lawyer or a broker or a dentist or a big businessman. She liked teaching profession.
What influence did Katherine Bridges exercise on Chips? Ans: Katherine exerted a great influence upon Chips. She made him a new man. She broadened his views and opinion. Before marriage, Chips was a dry person. She made him affectionate and kind. His eyes gained sparkle. His humor became mature.
He became popular. Describe the quarrel between Ralston and Chips? Ans: One day, Ralston asked Chips to retire. His habits were slovenly. He disobeyed him. His pronunciation was wrong. He was slack and obstinate. Chips flamed up to hear this.
He refused to retire. Ans: Chips had a keen sense of humour. He amused people with his little witty jokes. Everybody waited for his new joke. His humour was harmless.
What was Chips performance as a teacher before marriage? Ans: The teacher feel bore in teaching the same lesson for years. So was the case with Chips before marriage. He worked well. He gave service, satisfaction, and confidence, everything except inspiration. Chips before marriage? Ans: Before marriage, he had been a dry a natural sort of person. He was liked in general in Brookfield but he had nothing to be popular and loved.
How much popular was Katherine in Brookfield? Ans: She was very popular with boys and masters alike. She won Brookfield as she had won Chips. Was Katherine more intelligent than Chips? Ans: She was sharper than he. He could not reject her ideas even when he disagreed to them. What changes did Katherine bring in Chips? Ans: She made him a new man. His humor became rich and mature, He began to feel strong. His discipline improved.
Did Katherine always plead Chips for leniency? Ans: No, on rare occasions, she urged him on strictness when he inclined to be forgiving.
She asked him to punish the rude and arrogant type of boys. What memories of Katherine haunted Chips? Ans: In his memory, he saw Katherine rushing along the stone corridors, laughing at some mistake in the essay he checked, taking part in the concerts, and tending him her good advice.
Did Chips take a class on the day when his wife and child died? Ans: Yes, he took his fourth form as usual after call-over. What change did the death of his wife bring in Chips? He found himself to be a horrifying nightmare.
He wished to die like her.