Everything you need to understand or teach Flash for Freedom! by George MacDonald Fraser.
Flash for Freedom is, the third installment of the "Flashman Papers" supposedly discovered late in the 20th century and published by George MacDonald Fraser, detailing Flashy's fantastic career. This volume is about Flashy's involvement in the international slave trading of the late 1840s.
Fresh home from revolutionary Europe and soon to be a father for the first time, Harry Flashman believes that he has the qualities of character needed in a politician and allows his scheming father-in-law, John Morrison, to showcase him. The event goes bad when Flashy tries to seduce beautiful Fanny Locke and nearly kills an old army colleague who charges him with cheating at cards. Seeing an opportunity to get Flashy out of Elspeth's life, Morrison signs him aboard Balliol College, a slave ship.
Under the crazy and cruel, Latin epigram-quoting Capt. Spring, Flashy voyages from France to Dahomey to Roatan. As supercargo, he is...
Flash for Freedom! Lesson Plans contain 101 pages of teaching material, including: