Chips by James Hilton. Chips," by James Hilton, tells the story of Mr. Chips, who becomes a teacher at an English all-boys boarding school called Brookfield.
This is as British as it gets and I absolutely fell in love with Mr. So many reminders of what is really important. I have a bunch of quotes that I want to remember and yes, I am using the British spellings And they found an adjective just for him - an adjective just beginning to be used: More and more he saw the rest of the world as a vast disarrangement for which England had sacrificed enough - and perhaps too much.
It is the flexible armour of doubt in an age when too many people are certain. This seems to me the worst kind of modern lunacy. Better to have rats in the bathtub than bats in the belfry.
There could have been a peace to save what was left of democracy, but the chance of that came and went in - the saddest year in all the martyrdom of man.
True that Huxley was attacked for teaching that mean and monkeys were somewhat the same; but was never exiled for refusing to teach that Jews and Gentiles were altogether different. Scientists may have incurred the wrath of bishops for spreading what the latter considered to be evolutionary nonsense; they were never ordered by government to teach what every acknowledged authority considers to be Aryan nonsense.
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