All Things Wise and Wonderful Topics for Discussion

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Explain why Herriot's writings are so popular.

Discuss Herriot's method of introducing his main topic back in Darrowby by first bringing to mind something that is currently happening to him in the RAF.

Do you believe that Herriot's actions to go AWOL to see Helen are the sign of an unlawful man? Explain.

Do you believe James should have noticed Paul Cotterell's depression before putting his dog to sleep? Discuss.

Compare and contrast Paul Cotterell and Andrew Vine.

Discuss the relationship between Siegfried and Tristan.

Discuss the relationship between James and Tristan.

Talk about the life of a small country vet during the time of All Things Wise and Wonderful. What were the good points? What were the bad points?

Describe a relationship between an animal and a person that you know personally. Do you feel as Herriot feels about it? Why or why not?

Describe a...

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