All Things Wise and Wonderful - Chapters 32 - 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 32 - 34 Summary

In chapter thirty-two, Herriot's flight instructor, F.O. Woodham talks and instructs constantly as James learns the rudiments of flying an airplane. This reminds James of the Birtwhistle family, a family of talkers. When James comes to see to one of their animals, they all hold their own conversation with the vet simultaneously, and none of them seeming to mind that no one really listens. The Birtwhistles have a lame cow, and James must cut off one of the cleats from the cow's hind leg in order to cure the animal. James ignores the conversation while he works, then suddenly Len, the strapping son of the farmer, falls forward and knocks James out with his head. The boy cannot tolerate the sight of blood. Once Len comes to, he continues talking as if nothing had happened.

In chapter thirty-three, James shares how on one day...

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