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All Creatures Great and Small Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

Miss Harbottle finally ends up on the receiving end of Dr. Farnon's contradictions. Instead of slinking past her as he usually does, Dr. Farnon confronts her and starts berating her on the way she is handling the affairs of the practice. Dr. Farnon insists that the cash box be kept full, even though he emptied it the night before. He also demands that the bills be sent out regularly at the first of the month, even though he does not fill in his visits in the ledger so that Miss Harbottle can tell which bills need to be sent. Miss Harbottle tries to interject these facts, but Dr. Farnon just continues, ignoring her, just like he does everyone else.

Chapter 20 Analysis

In Chapter 14, Dr. Farnon vowed that he could handle Miss Harbottle. Although it didn't seem to be working at first, he quickly resorts to his usual...

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