The Lord God Made Them All - Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28-30 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 28 is a collection of memories from various people and patients in Herriot's practice. The first story Herriot writes is of the Derrick's goat and the tomatoes. Mrs. Derrick calls Herriot because the goat has eaten all her husband's prize tomatoes. Once he arrives, Herriot feels as if he has been called in to referee a marital spat because the goat seems perfectly normal. Despite his uncomfortable position, Herriot writes that he can't help feeling some sense of admiration for goat who can still nibble cabbage even after eating nearly 300 tomatoes.

Herriot goes on to include a story of two brothers who fight and degrade each other constantly while he is on their farm. One belittles the other for naming the cows such ludicrous names when the other's names he has given the cows aren't much better. In another...

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