An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 4, Chapters 31-35 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 31-35 Summary

With his friend Kellenbach, Gandhi practices the principle of fasting. He is now Brahman and fasts to support his vow. They perform fasting experiments at Tolstoy Farm, where they are staying. Gandhi claims they all feel invigorated by fasting. They begin a school at the farm so the children will receive some form of education. Gandhi feels that since he is like the father of the farm it is his responsibility to educate all the children. Gandhi decides their education should consist of character building. He also seeks to teach them trades. The adults teach the children history, geographyand arithmatic. Gandhi, of course, is more concerned with the spiritual training of the children and feels that they will learn most by doing and by following the example of their role models.

Part 4, Chapters 31-35 Analysis

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