An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 1, Chapters 16-20 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapters 16-20 Summary

Gandhi keeps a daily log of every expenditure during his stay in England. This is the beginning of a practice that he continues throughout his life. He attributes this practice to his capable handling of public funds later on in his life and the fact that there was never a deficit. Gandhi decides he can live more cheaply on his own. He finds lodging within a thirty-minute walk from the places he frequents to save on the cost of transportation. He decides to sit for the London Matriculation since he can't afford classes at Oxford or Cambridge and begins to study Latin, French and other subjects. Gandhi still feels guilty about spending money, thinking about his brother back in India who is working hard to supporting him. Because of this guilt, he looks for other ways to further tighten...

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