An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 2, Chapters 6-10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapters 6-10 Summary

Gandhi, who now has two children with his wife, comments that he will miss his family while he is in South Africa, and Gandhi embarks. On the boat he shares a berth with the captain, since it is the only berth available. The ship arrives in Natal where Gandhi is met by Abdulla Sheth. The law firm has arranged lodging for them in Natal and Gandhi's room is next to Abdulla Sheth's. Gandhi finds that there is not much work for him to do in South Africa. When Gandhi is introduced to the court, he is asked to remove his turban. He takes offense, refuses to do so and walks out of the court. After he calms down a bit he talks to Abdulla Sheth and discuss the three different groups or classifications of Indians in South America: the...

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