All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 48 Summary & Analysis

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The fateful day has arrived. Herriot is finally going to take Helen Alderson out on a date. He is extremely nervous and realizes that he has nothing to wear. He pulls out a suit that he bought when he was seventeen, which doesn't fit anymore. Mrs. Hall does her best to modify the suit, but it is desperately out of style, and the overall picture is very amusing.

Tristan convinces Herriot to take Helen to the nicest restaurant in town, which is in a hotel. Herriot arrives to pick up Helen and sits anxiously with her father as she finishes getting ready. The two leave but quickly return after Herriot ends up on a washed out road. Their feet are soaked, and he ends up having to borrow a pair of shoes from Helen's father. The shoes are from the early 1900s and have small bows on...

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