All Things Wise and Wonderful - Study Guide Chapters 13 - 15 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter thirteen, Helen is due to deliver their first baby and James simply cannot wait any longer. Again, James goes AWOL to see Helen, and arrives just in time to see his new-born son. Apparently James has not seen as many newborn human babies as he's seen animal babies, for he is shocked and slightly repelled at the sight of his son. Nurse Brown and Helen both laugh at his reaction to his son. Back at the RAF, James contrives to spend time with Helen when she has recovered, so he fakes a telegram to get leave two weeks after their son is born. James feels some guilt at beginning a life of crime by circumventing the military system.

Chapter fourteen shows how being a country vet can sometimes include experiences and working hours that are downright unpleasant. After a particularly difficult calving one...

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