An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 1, Chapters 11-15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapters 11-15 Summary

Gandhi graduates high school and finds that his elders want him to go to college. He decides to study at Samaldas College since it is the least expensive. However, he quickly realizes that he doesn't like it and returns home after the first semester. While he is home, an old family friend, Mavji Dave, who they call Joshiji, comes to visit and convinces him and his older brother that Gandhi should be sent to England to become a barrister. It only takes three years(much shorter than if her were to study law in India. Gandhi likes the idea of going to England to study, but says he would prefer medicine to law. His older brother tells him that their father would have wanted him to study law. His brother remembers an acquaintance their father had and suggests that...

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