All Things Wise and Wonderful - Chapters 26 - 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26 - 28 Summary

In chapter twenty-six, James shows how during his training, he and three other men are assigned to help the farmers bring in their crops. James struggles greatly with learning to erect the sheaves without them falling down. Then he lacks the appropriate skill and strength to throw the dried sheaves up on top of the growing pile on top of the cart. The farmer tells him that it is just a question of knowing how to do it; it's the farmer's attempt to make James feel better. Later, the farmer experiences a difficult calving, and James steps in to assist, delivering the calf with little effort. He, in turn is able to turn to the farmer and repeat the man's words back at him, that it's not a matter of strength, but a matter of knowing how.

In chapter twenty-seven, James and his comrades are...

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