My Life with the Chimpanzees - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

When she graduated, Goodall's mother encouraged her to go to Germany to learn German and to learn that not all Germans were bad people, despite Hitler. However, Goodall's host family in Germany wanted to learn English and rarely spoke German to her, so she didn't learn the language. Instead, she spent her time with animals and in fields. When she returned to London, she went to secretarial school and got her diploma. Just after that she worked as a secretary at a medical clinic where she encountered lots of sick people and learned many things. She still feels close to the sick and handicapped. After six months, Goodall got a job at Oxford and spent time with students there. She learned to canoe and punt. She started to socialize with people in the area, going to May balls at Oxford. Goodall...

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