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Flashman and the Mountain of Light: From the Flashman Papers, 1845-46 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 (pages 62-93 and endnotes) Summary

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Chapter 5 (pages 62-93 and endnotes) Summary

Flashman learns that the boy is Dalip Singh, the son of Jeendan. Flashman is immediately attracted to the boy's female servant, Mangla. Mangla sends the boy away, and Mangla kisses Flashman but then pulls away and says that Jeendan will want to spend time with Flashman before Mangla can become intimate with him.

After Mangla leaves, Flashman has several visitors. The first wants to know if the gold will be returned. Two other visitors also want to know about the gold, and one says he would like to secretly assign more men to ensure Flashman's safety. The last visitor, Tej Singh presents Flashman with the gift of a silk robe. After the guests have gone, Flashman notes that all of them seem to already know that he is really a spy, and that the gold dispute is simply his...

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