An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 4, Chapters 36-40 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 36-40 Summary

Tolstoy Farm empties out as the Satyagrahis are released from jail and they pick up their families. Gandhi and the rest of them move back to Phoenix. When he learns that the inmates of Ashram aren't following his ways, he fasts and vows to eat only one meal a day for four months. He thinks they will learn by watching him, but the fasting takes a physical toll on Gandhi.

Gandhi and his family sail for India via London, as per Gokhale's instructions. Kallenbach goes with them. They have a comfortable trip, but Gandhi has still not fully recovered from his fast. He sees a doctor in London and is told to rest or he risks losing the use of his legs. By the time they reach London, World War I has broken out. Gokhale is in Paris, which...

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