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Goodbye Mr. Chips Monologue

Goodbye Mr. Chips by RC Sherriff
Character: Chips
Gender: Male
Age (range): 18 - 55
Style: Drama
Length: 2 minutes


Chips: I've seen a good many changes at Brookfield. I remember so much. I sometimes think I ought to write a book. What should I call it? Memories of Rod and Lines? I may write it one day. I may forget some things but I never forget your faces. If you come and see me in the years to come, as I hope you will, you may see me hesitate. And you'll say to yourself, 'oh the old boy doesn't remember me,' but I do remember you, as you are now. That's the point. In my mind, you remain boys, just as you are this evening...Although I am resigning, I shall still be near the school. I shall live at Mrs. Wickett's house just opposite Main Arch. Well, remember me sometimes. I shall always remember you.