All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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The next day dawns, and Herriot has had only two and a half hours of sleep. Herriot expects to see Dr. Farnon, but he has already gone to perform an autopsy of Hulton's horse. Herriot anxiously waits for him to return and confirm his diagnosis. Dr. Farnon arrives and tells Herriot that he was absolutely right. He mentions that his brother, Tristan, will be arriving from veterinary school later that day and asks Herriot to pick him up. Herriot is surprised by the name of Dr. Farnon's brother, and Dr. Farnon reveals that his father was a fan of Wagner, which explains why Dr. Farnon's first name is Siegfried.

After Dr. Farnon leaves, Tristan calls the clinic and Herriot goes to pick him up. Herriot is surprised that Tristan is very different from Siegfried both in looks and in manner. Tristan is very laid back and laconic...

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