All Things Bright and Beautiful Setting & Symbolism

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Skeldale House

Skeldale House is the home where James and Helen Herriot live. It is also the location of Herriot's veterinary clinic.

Four Horse Shoes

The Four Horse Shoes is a bar where many of James' clients drink.

Ladies Hands

The farmers who call for Herriot to deliver their ewes refer to Herriot's hands as being ladies hands. These hands are small enough for Herriot to work inside the sheep and cause them minimum discomfort.

Bismuth Suspension

This suspension is the medicine Siegfried, Tristan and Herriot give Clancy to help with his vomiting.

Heston Grange

Heston Grange is the farm where Helen lives with her parents before she and Herriot are married.

A Monstrous Tweed Cap

Mr. Crump gives this cap to Herriot on the night they drink together. Throughout his process of birthing the Bamford's calf, the family replaces this cap on Herriot's head each time it...

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