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James Herriot - Life Stories, Books, and Links
 
Biographical Information

Stories about James Herriot

Selected works by this author

Selected books about / related to this author

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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
 
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James Herriot   (1916 - 1995)
 
Category:  Scottish Literature
 
Born:  October 3, 1916
Sunderland, England
 
Died:  February 23, 1995
Thirsk, Yorkshire, England
 
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James Herriot - LIFE STORIES
 
 
2/23/1995     James Herriot, "Decent Feller"
On this day in 1995 James Alfred Wight, better-known as James Herriot, died at the age of seventy-eight. Wight went to the Yorkshire Dales in 1940, fresh out of Glasgow Veterinary College. Over 2300 packed his memorial service in York Minster Cathedral; over 100,000 a year now visit the museum at the site of the original practice; over sixty million copies of his books have been sold.
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SELECTED WORKS BY THIS AUTHOR
 
 
All Creatures Great and Small
fiction
 
All Things Bright and Beautiful
fiction
 
James Herriot's Treasury for Children
children, fiction
 
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SELECTED BOOKS ABOUT (or related to) THIS AUTHOR
 
 
All Things Herriot: James Herriot and His Peaceable Kingdom
by Sanford V. Sternlicht
guide, biography
 
James Herriot: A Critical Companion
by Michael J. Rossi
guide
 
James Herriot: The Life of a Country Vet
by Graham Lord
biography
 
Real James Herriot: A Memoir of My Father
by Jim Wight
memoirs
 
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