The Lord God Made Them All - Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19-21 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 19 Herriot introduces his readers to Mr. Biggins. Mr. Biggins has been a client of Herriot's for years and has the habit of calling the vet only only as a last resort. He appears not to want to pay the vet to work on his animals and also does not seem to trust the vet's advice. The first experience with Mr. Biggins that Herriot writes about concerns a cow that has been so sick for so long that she is now laid out on her side. Although Herriot shares with his reader he knows there is no way to please Mr. Biggins, he responds to the call anyway. When he reaches the farm, the cow is indeed dying. He attempts to leave the farm, knowing that Mr. Biggins already has it in his mind that the cow's death...

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