All Things Bright and Beautiful - Study Guide Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapters 10 and 11 Herriot writes about his experiences when he was called to serve as the veterinarian for the Darrowby Fair. Herriot's first sign that this will not be the completely pleasant experience he anticipated occurs when he catches sight of Helen with Richard Edmundson, her other suitor. Herriot searches out Tristan, who has made his way to the beer tent, for companionship. While there Herriot is called for on the fair's loudspeaker. One of the show heifers has knocked off a horn and is bleeding badly. For a while Herriot struggles trying to clamp the damaged blood vessel, but gives up and covers it with gauze. During this process he sees Helen and her boyfriend watching his struggles.

Next, Herriot is called to examine a dog whose master wants to enter it in the dog show. After looking at the animal and taking its...

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