All Creatures Great and Small - Study Guide Chapter 65 Summary & Analysis

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Herriot begins dating Helen regularly, and he becomes a fixture at her house. Herriot can't quite seem to break the ice with her father, even though he likes the man very much. Since Mrs. Alderson died, Mr. Alderson seems to have retreated within himself and doesn't appear to like Herriot at all.

Later on, when Herriot is at Skedale House, Dr. Farnon mentions that he really should get married. Herriot isn't ready to take this step, but Dr. Farnon convinces him that it's the only thing to do and offers to let Herriot and Helen live in a suite upstairs. Worried that Herriot is too tentative with everything he does, Dr. Farnon thinks Herriot will string Helen along for years before getting up the courage to ask her to marry him.

Although Herriot would prefer to wait until he is more established, Dr. Farnon tells him to...

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