An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 3, Chapters 11-15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 11-15 Summary

Gandhi is still bothered by the sanitary habits of the his people. When the Plague appears in Durban, Gandhi and others do the inspections. The community implements its own sanitary measures. Gandhi wants them to have better lives and reminds them of their duty to India. Gandhi begins preparing for his return to India, feeling his services are needed more there than in South Africa. He promises that he will return within a year if they need him. Before he leaves, he is showered with gifts, many of which contain precious stones and jewelry. Gandhi decides that he cannot accept the gifts since they are given to him for his public service. His children agree with him, but Kasturbai does not. The couple argues over the matter, but the gifts still end up in a trust fund for the...

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