Gladys Aylward: The Little Woman - Study Guide Chapters 17 and 18 Summary & Analysis

Gladys Aylward
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Chapter 17: Gladys returns to England and finds it a fairly Godless place in spite of the many chapels and churches everywhere. She feels people are using church as a social event rather than the focus being on God. She continues to travel at the request of this or that church, to tell her story of China and the work done there. She also tends to Chinese living in England, eventually forming a little Chinese Church.

One day she goes to Belfast, Ireland and is told of a Chinese woman kept in the insane asylum there. Once again, a voice tells her that this woman is the reason for her visit to the city. She finds a weepy, sick, thin woman named Wong Kwai at the asylum. Gladys learns after much prodding that Wong Kwai came to Ireland to care for the children of...

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