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Gladys Aylward: The Little Woman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Gladys Aylward
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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 3: Gladys arrives in Vladivostok, eventually finding a Russian claiming to be a tourism official who knows some English. He takes her passport and shows her around town. Gladys gets nervous about the man, who doesn't seem to want to return her passport. It is revealed that the man wishes to force her to remain in the town and work there as a machinist. This "tourism official" in fact alters her passport, changing her occupation from "missionary" to "machinist."

A young woman sees Gladys' plight and urges Gladys to trust her and follow an old man from her hotel, who will see Gladys to safety. After fending off the sexual advances of the tourism official, Gladys decides she has no other option. Gladys follows this old man to the pier, who leaves her in the hands of a Japanese captain. There, Gladys is...

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