James Herriot Writing Styles in The Lord God Made Them All

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Perspective

Herriot is a veterinarian who works in the English town of Darrowby and the nearby Yorkshire Dales. This novel is a collection of experiences he has had while working with the animals and people of the English countryside. He writes as a way to share his experiences and his positive outlook on life with his readers.

This book is one that is broad enough that it could appeal to nearly any audience. Perhaps those most interested in the book would be those wishing to enter the field of veterinary medicine or animal lovers in general. There are few people who could read this novel and not find some aspect of it that applies to their life or the lives of those around them. Herriot's humorous tone in which he tells his stories make them an enjoyable read for anyone who recognizes the ironies of life and complicated behavior...

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