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All Creatures Great and Small - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

In the weeks following Tristan's arrival, Skedale House settles into a comfortable routine. Every day, the phone rings at 7 a.m. as the local farmers discover problems with their stock. Although it is Tristan's job to answer these morning calls, he seldom does.

This results in Siegfried chewing Tristan out every morning, and then the discord between the brothers begins all over again. Herriot settles into this routine well. Another routine also begins as the area farmers get to know Herriot. They are all used to Dr. Farnon and begrudgingly accept Herriot. As they get to know Herriot, they warm up to him and treat him with their famous Dales' hospitality.

This chapter covers Herriot's appreciation of the area as he walks through the yard of Skedale House on his way to a call. Everything seems alive, and he is enjoying his new job.

Herriot stops to...

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