This is a classic story of a beloved school teacher. “Goodbye, Mr. Chips” was first published in 1934 by James Hilton, best known for his books about England in the years between the great wars. Hilton also wrote “Lost Horizon” and “Random Harvest” (which I just finished). Yep, and they’ve ALL been made into classic movies too (sometimes more than once). For a great reading experience it’s hard to beat an English writer. Their command of the English language, and pure literary style, is most impressive. From Dickens, Doyle, Greene and Hilton they all command respect. Delve into the contemporary classics of the 19th and early 20th-Century English writers.
Stephen F. Dennstedt
Photographer, Writer (and reader) and World Traveler