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All Creatures Great and Small Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 55 Summary

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Chapter 55 Summary

By far, the worst problem Dr. Farnon has to deal with is non-paying customers. There are many different types of people who don't pay their bills, but the majority of them seem to be very charming people. Dr. Farnon tries a number of ways to get them to pay, but he always admits defeat. His favorite non-payer is a man he calls The Major, who has never once paid him or anyone else in town. The man is still well-thought-of and goes three years at Darrowby, running up bills without anyone truly getting mad at him.

Chapter 55 Analysis

This chapter is an interesting look at the characters of Darrowby. There are many who seem to get by without worrying about their bills, but the Major and his family are probably the most unique.

The fact that non-payers always expect prompt service is true. It is interesting to...

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