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Herland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3, "A Peculiar Imprisonment" Summary

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Chapter 3, "A Peculiar Imprisonment" Summary

As the anesthesia wears off, Vandyck awakes in a comfortable bed in a large, light, and airy room. He notices his friends stirring in the two other beds. All three men wear seamless and comfortable nightclothes. In the bathroom, they find their personal effects; only their clothes, shaving razors, and weapons are missing. Terry insists they hold a war council and they sit down on the beds to discuss their situation. Jeff is impressed that the women have done them no harm, especially as he recalls injuring some of them during their scuffle outside the building. Vandyck states that the women are harmless so they can relax while they plan their escape. Reluctantly, they put on the clothing provided in a large closet inside the room.

The men are impressed with the comfort, efficiency, and style of the clothing...

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