All Things Wise and Wonderful - Chapters 23 - 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23 - 25 Summary

In chapter twenty-three, James experiences a lot of shouting in the RAF, but no one anywhere could beat the voice of Len Hampson who shouts in normal conversation, loud enough to be heard two farms away. James sees to Len's pig who has peritonitis, and the pig does not make it. From Len's farm, James visits Elijah Wentworth whose voice is a polar opposite to Len's. Elijah speaks barely above a whisper. James is able to save Elijah's bull. Later, James meets up with both men at Drover's Pub, and Len shouts out that his pig died, and everyone in the pub hears of James's failure. Elijah comes up to Herriot, and whispers that his bull has improved so well it seems like a miracle. Sadly for James, no one in the bar hears of his success, they only hear of his failure.

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