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Gladys Aylward: The Little Woman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

Gladys Aylward
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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 9: One morning Gladys wakes up to the sound of planes flying. During her morning service a bomb hits the mule inn, and she is knocked unconscious. After she comes to, she realizes much of the surrounding area has been bombed by the Japanese.

She moves to another missionary's home temporarily. Her city of Yangcheng is at the center of the conflict, and it switches hands between the Chinese and Japanese often. In her status as missionary, she still travels to villages all around the region, regardless of who currently owns the town, and the Japanese pay her no mind. Because of this ability, she eventually becomes a sort of spy for the local Chinese general, telling him whether or not the Japanese have occupied a town and other military information. She feels it is her duty to aid her adopted people in...

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