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All Things Bright and Beautiful Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Compare and contrast Herriot and Granville. Include aspects such as type of practice, lifestyle and personality.

Discuss the way Herriot presents himself in his writing. What does he convey about his personality, work ability, etc.?

Compare and contrast Herriot's life before marriage with his life after marriage.

Consider the importance of the role of the veterinarian in the lives of sheep and cow farmers. In what ways do these farmers show their appreciation for Herriot's services? In what ways do they take advantage of Herriot?

Based on information provided about Siegfried and Tristan in Herriot's stories compare and contrast the Farnon brothers. Which brother do you like better? Give reasons for your answer.

In your opinion, what was Herriot's biggest challenge during his early years as a veterinarian? Explain your answer.

Herriot often mentions that his patrons were more likely to believe the diagnosis given by the...

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