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Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13-18 Summary

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Chapters 13-18 Summary

Chapter 13 tells that medical student Artie Doyle's favorite teacher is Dr. Joseph Bell. Bell is very observant while working with his patients and can guess a patient's occupation by observing his mannerisms and even the smallest physical traits. His medical career is also kind of an investigative career. Artie Doyle became a doctor, then a writer. The rest of the story is that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle based his famous character Sherlock Holmes on his former medical school teacher.

The 14th story in the book is called "Pen Pals." Dr. James Murray is hired to edit the Oxford dictionary. Dr. W.C. Minors learns of Murray's task and writes to volunteer help. Murray is amused and says he'd love to have the man's suggestions although he assumes Minors would not have much to offer. A followup letter from Minors convinces Murray that he is working...

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