Flashman and the Mountain of Light: From the Flashman Papers, 1845-46 - Chapter 6 (pages 94-104 and endnotes) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 (pages 94-104 and endnotes) Summary

The man who saved Flashman says his name is Alexander Campbell Gardner, also known as Gurdana Khan. He is an American from Wisconsin. He heard that Flashman used the emergency word "Wisconsin," and he has been searching for Flashman ever since. Gardner explains that Jawaheer ordered the assassination attempt on Flashman, and he did so to force a war with the British. War with the British would keep the Khalsa occupied and perhaps save Jawaheer from having to answer for the murder of Peshora.

Gardner asks about Flashman's orderly, Jassa, and as Flashman describes him, Gardner becomes more interested. He tells one of his men go find Jassa. When Jassa arrives, he sees Gardner and appears shocked. Gardner greets him as "Josiah" and asks what he is doing in Lahore. Jassa answers that he is...

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