James Herriot

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  • All Creatures Great And Small By James Herriot

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    All Creatures Great and Small was James Herriot’s first book to be published in the United States. In this book, the mature Herriot tells about his youthful self, when he graduated from veterinary school and began working in rural veterinary practice. The narrator like the reader is able to laugh at his naïveté of Herriot, as well as at the people who surround him, including Siegfried Farnon, and his brother, Tristan Farnon. This memoir of James Herriot flashes the simple and laid back lives

  • All Creatures Great And Small By James Herriot

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    All Creatures Great and Small was James Herriot’s first book to be published in the United States. In this book, the mature Herriot tells about his youthful self, when he graduated from veterinary school and began working in rural veterinary practice. The narrator like the reader is able to laugh at his naïveté of Herriot, as well as at the people who surround him, including Siegfried Farnon, and his brother, Tristan Farnon. This memoir of James Herriot flashes the simple and laid back lives

  • All Creatures Great And Small By James Herriot

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    stumbled across the book All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot quite by chance. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book because the cover and the name itself never appealed me. I started out on this book just to kill time but in the end, I immensely enjoyed it. While reading this book I got indulged into the magical and memorable world of James Herriot and his salad of heartwarming, funny and tragic patients. This memoir of James Herriot also flashes the simple and laid back lives of the

  • All Creatures Great And Small By James Herriot

    1797 Words  | 8 Pages

    All Creatures Great and Small was James Herriot’s first book to be published in the United States. In this book, the mature Herriot tells about his youthful self, when he graduated from veterinary school and began working in rural veterinary practice. The narrator like the reader is able to laugh at his naïveté of Herriot, as well as at the people who surround him, including Siegfried Farnon, and his brother, Tristan Farnon. This memoir of James Herriot flashes the simple and laid back lives

  • The Boy Descended From The Rooftops Coughing And Covered Of Soot

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    The boy descended from the rooftops coughing and covered in soot. No one acknowledged that they were there and no one cared either. They were all focused on themselves and their families. Fernando knew that no help would be found here. The boy needed to rest for a bit, so he went over to find some shade on the other side of town. He settled towards a nice and big palm tree. He put Mia down right next to him and asked,” Any words yet?” Mia stared at him like she had no idea what he was talking

  • Creative Story : A Short Story

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    One day this little girl was at school and school ended in about 10 minutes so she just sat there and drawn for 10 minutes. So after the bell rang she ran outside for her parents but her parents weren't there and neither was her best friend's parents were there either. So the little girl and her friend just sat there and talked for about 15 minutes for their parents to come. So while they were talking her friend brought up the little girl going to her house when her parents got there. So there parents

  • Personal Narrative : A Short Story : The Story Of Tortillas

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    “Wake up, put shoes on and come downstairs to eat,” my grandmother says as she's opening the curtains in my room. As she walks out the room, she turns around and says “Do you want tortillas with your chorizo and frijoles so I can heat a couple up.” Even though she leaves the room without my answer, in her head, already knowing my answer. I put on a pair of jeans and walk downstairs into the dining room, there was a plate with frijoles, chorizo and tortillas waiting for me. My grandmother brings

  • The Night Nightmare - Original Writing

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    didn 't want to look at his room anymore, so he went to bed. His bed was the only clean thing in the motel room. When he went to bed he tried to get comfortable because the bed only had one pillow and one blanket. He had a nightmare.. the next day. James point of view: It was bright. The room was a pretty teal color. Jason saw his little sister eating on the dinner table. He saw his older brother drinking Coke

  • A Short Story : A Story Of The Story

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    She let herself be swallowed by the fog. She didn't remember dinner or what she said, just that food tasted like ash and a corpse’s hand was warmer than hers. Her face hurt from smiling and her laugh sounded hollow. She was too apathetic to care, her mind far away dreaming of Erik. Afterwards, Monsieur Chagny took them “home”. Raoul had passed out in a wine induced stupor in the carriage. Rita and Chagny carried him in, she secretly enjoyed hearing Chagny struggle to carry the dead weight but

  • Personal Narrative : My Best Friend

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    March 22, 2006, should have been a regular Wednesday for me. Me being in first grade, a regular Wednesday was to wake up at 8 a.m. to my father turning on my lights, and spiritedly but annoyingly singing, “Wake up, wake up!” Wincing at the light and my father's terrible voice, I was always able to wake up in order to shut him up. However, the most memorable part of this day was not during school but rather what happened later that day at home. It was my father’s birthday. My father was turning 33

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