Herland - Chapter 12, "Expelled" Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, "Expelled" Summary

The men are unhappy that one of their members has been expelled. Terry pretends not to care, but Vandyck can tell this is a bluff. Terry is kept under guard whilst preparations for his departure are made. Vandyck decides to go along, because more than one person is needed to safely pilot the plane, and Ellador will go with him because they cannot bear to be parted. Ellador wishes to see the outside world. Jeff has neither interest in returning to his former home, nor much sympathy for Terry. Jeff advises Vandyck that the time has come to warn Ellador about the pitiable state of American civilization. Vandyck has learned at long last to view women as real people, but he shudders to think how Ellador will view his homeland, especially in light of her revulsion for Terry's brutal...

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