The Lord God Made Them All - Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1-3 Summary and Analysis

In the novel The Lord God Mad Them All country veterinarian James Herriot shares stories of his veterinarian practice in post World War II England. Among his stories Herriot writes of his personal experiences of the many advances in veterinary medicine during this time, his adventures with travel as a veterinary attendant, and the love of his growing family. Through all of his trials and adventures, Herriot includes the warm humor and positive outlook that makes his writing joyful and victorious.

In Chapter 1 Herriot recalls a time when a gate falls on him during one of his veterinary visits. This situation reminds Herriot of the times he visited the farm before he was active in the military. The farmer had promised time and again to get the gate, which was the last in a series of progressively difficult gates...

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