An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth - Part 4, Chapters 41-47 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapters 41-47 Summary

Gokhale returns to London from Paris and wants Gandhi to stop his dietary experiments and follow the doctor's orders regarding diet, since he is still suffering from pleurisy. Gandhi informs Dr. Mehta and Gokhale of his decision. Gokhale isn't happy because he sees nothing religious in it and he leaves for home.

Gandhi calls in a vegetarian doctor that he knows and follows the doctor's orders as best he can, but he is still not completely cured of the pleurisy. He tries various remedies but none are successful. He is advised to return to India for his recovery and he begins to make his preparations. Kallenback wants to go to India but because of the war is unable to obtain a passport. They are met by Gokhale in Bombay.

Part 4, Chapters 41-47 Analysis

Gandhi's refusal to give up his...

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