Mr Chips chapter 13 questions answers

The best thing about the novel is that it has all chapters covered with important questions answers in PDF. These notes are for 8 grade and 2nd year class 12 English for all Punjab boards. Here is what topics are included in chapter 13 of the Novel.

Mr Chips Chapter 13 questions answers

Here are important questions of Mr chips chapter 13:

Q.1. What happened to Brookfield during World War I?
During the war of 1915, military camps were established near Brookfield. The soldiers used the playing field for sports and training. The younger masters either left the school or joined the army. 

Q.2. What did Chatteris read out every Sunday night during the war?
Every Sunday night, after evening service, Chatteris read out the names of the old boys killed in the war. He also read their biographies. It was a very moving sight. 

Q.3. What did Chips feel when Chatteris read out biographies of War heroes?
Generally, it was a moving sight. Chips thought that they were only the names for Chatteris because he did not know them but Chips could see their faces with his mind's eye. 

Q.4. Draw a character sketch of Chatteris.
Chatteris succeeded Ralston as the Headmaster of Brookfield. He was a science graduate. He got on well with Chips and recognised in Chips a Brookfield institution. He urged Chips to join Brookfield during the war as it needed him. Chatteris died in April 1917. 

Q.5. What do you know of Forrester?
Forrester was the smallest new boy Brookfield had ever had. He was about four feet high above his muddy football boots. He was killed in 1918 at Cambrai. 

Q.6. What did Chatteris share with Chips regarding school staff?
Chatteris told him that most of the young masters had joined the army. The new staff could not do well. He had to take the classes till mid-night. He said he could no longer continue like that. 

Q.7. What request did Chatteris make to Chips about helping him?
Chatteris requested Chips to join the school again. He said that Chips looked pretty fit and he wanted him simply to be with him. He asked him to help him in holding things together which were in the danger of flying to bits. 

Q.8. What was the contribution of Brookfield School during World War I?
During the war Brookfield offered its playing fields to soldiers for sports and training. Most of the younger masters joined the army. Every Sunday might, in the chapel after evening service, the Head read out the names of old boys killed in the war.

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