The Lost Horizon - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The four visitors fall into the daily routine of monastery life. They appreciate the warm days and cold nights, enjoy walks and leisure, develop tastes in food and drink and borrow books from the library. When Barnard wants a newspaper, Chang says they have copies of the London Times. However, Barnard cannot expect to read the most recent ones.

Chang and Conway travel by bamboo chair to the lower levels of the valley. Conway wants to look at the crops and irrigation system. Miss Brinklow is interested in the religions practiced in the valley, such as Taoist and Confucianism. Chang says that many religions are "moderately true." Miss Brinklow replies that when she returns, she will ask the L.M.S. to send them a missionary. Perhaps she would like the post herself, Barnard says. Miss Brinklow says, "there's no good in doing...

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