All Things Bright and Beautiful - Chapters 27-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 27-30 Summary

In Chapter 27 Herriot recalls the various interesting ways clients have called upon his services. One client was so drunk he came to Herriot's office but believed he was talking with the vet on the telephone. Some clients are unsure if they need a veterinarian even after they have called for him. Herriot remembers one client trying to force Herriot to decide if the animal needed treatment before he'd even seen the sick cow. Oftentimes clients give unclear descriptions of what might be wrong with their animals. In these situations, Herriot is unsure what he is dealing with until he actually arrives on the scene.

In Chapters 28 and 29 Herriot writes about the time Richard Carmody spent with him as a student observer. Herriot's first impression of Carmody is that he is well off and also very well learned. Carmody is unimpressed with the clinic set up...

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