All Things Wise and Wonderful - Study Guide Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter four illustrates that, while in the RAF, Herriot marveled at the numerous gaseous emanations from the men in his unit, bringing to mind poor Cedric, the bulldog who suffers from extreme flatus. Cedric's owner, Mrs. Rumney, is delicate and feminine. She seeks veterinary advice about Cedric, but nothing they try works. Finally, James realizes that Cedric needs a new home and approaches Mrs. Rumney's handyman, Con Fenton. Con loves Cedric. Con has also lost his sense of smell. Putting Cedric and Con together is a match made in heaven.

In chapter five, on maneuvers in London, Herriot sees a London policeman chastising a young street urchin, reminding him of Wesley Binks. Wesley's pranks make him renown throughout Darrowby. Flowers from the garden or fireworks through the letterbox at Skeldale House can be the work of none other than Wesley. One day, Wesley adopts a...

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