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All Creatures Great and Small Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 52 Summary

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Chapter 52 Summary

As Dr. Farnon gives Miss Harbottle his order of visits for the day, he half-listens to Herriot, who is describing a case he is working on. Herriot thinks the calf has diphtheria and says that he is using liniment on the calf's throat and has given the calf an injection of Prontosil to help with the fever. Dr. Farnon thinks that Herriot said pneumonia, and he begins to question Herriot on his treatment. Calmly, Dr. Farnon asks Herriot to start from the beginning, which drives Herriot over the edge. Herriot re-explains the case, but Dr. Farnon still doesn't seem to be listening and ends up telling Herriot that as he gets used to being a vet he won't be so easily confused as he obviously is this morning.

Herriot goes into the backroom and kicks a box in anger. Tristan comes in and immediately knows that his...

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