The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy - Volume 6 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 6 Summary

Dr. Slop and Susannah attend to Tristram's wound. The two of them do not get on and fighting and bickering breaks out between them. Meanwhile, Tristram's father is discussing with Toby how to educate his son. Toby mentions Le Fever's Son would make a good tutor to Tristram. Toby is Le Fever's guardian, and Le Fever is currently making his way back from the war to Shandy House.

The mention of Le Fever leads Tristram into a story about how Toby became the boy's guardian. Tristram describes how Le Fever's father took ill in the village inn. Toby gets word of him and hearing he is a war casualty and a good man, sends Trim to find out more. Trim comes back with the news that the man is dying and his son cries at his bedside. Toby refuses to accept the man...

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