An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 4, Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 21-25 Summary

Gandhi's original plan was to retire to the Phoenix settlement and live off the land. They each have three-acre parcels of land and build houses on them. His nephew Maganlal Gandhi learns the printing business very quickly. Just as they finish building, Gandhi is called back to Johannesburg. On his return, Mr. Polak asks to join the settlement and he leaves in a month. Gandhi calls him from there to have him qualify as an attorney and help out at the office.

Gandhi can't return to India in a year like he promised Kasturbai, so he sends for her and his children. His third son arrives with a broken arm. Gandhi is advised to take him to a qualified doctor., but instead, Gandhi treats the boy himself and the wound heals. He expands his experiments with home remedies. Polak...

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