All Things Bright and Beautiful - Chapters 20-22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20-22 Summary

Chapter 20 brings Christmas. Herriot hopes to have a light day that will allow him some time for relaxation. Unfortunately Herriot is wakened early in the morning by a farm call. The farmer is rude and ungrateful for Herriot's services. Herriot returns home to find he has another call to answer. Helen has fixed him breakfast and details him on the call as he eats. Helen asks Herriot not to shout at her as he asks her questions about the call. Herriot feels an immediate pang of shame and apologizes. His next call is to see a choking nanny goat. The farmer is apologetic to call Herriot on Christmas but is concerned about his goat. To the surprise of both Herriot and the farmer Herriot discovers the goat has swallowed a pair of the farmer's summer underwear. Instead of going all the way down, however, the...

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