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All Creatures Great and Small Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18 Summary

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Chapter 18 Summary

Herriot looks back over the past six months at Skedale House and all of the experience he has picked up. He reminisces about an incident in veterinary school that has stuck with him. He was fresh out of a passing his equine portion of his exams when he came upon a seemingly suffering carthorse. The horse did not look well, and it seemed burdened as it waited for his master to return. Confident in all of his newfound knowledge, Herriot approached the animal on the street and began examining him.

After walking around the horse, Herriot patted the creature on the shoulder in a gesture of understanding. Suddenly, the horse grabbed him by his coat and hung him in the air, refusing to put him down. A crowd gathered as the horse continued to hold Herriot in his teeth. The owner finally arrived and told the horse...

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