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Flashman & the Angel of the Lord: From the Flashman Papers, 1858-59 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pgs. 38-81 Summary

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In the third chapter, Spring takes Flashy out on the balcony to warn him ominously to stay away from his daughter Miranda until he sails for England. Grey fills Flashy in on Spring's prosperity and power. Flashy has seen the deadly side of Spring often enough to be put off, but would like some day to taunt him from afar about polluting his daughter, and cannot resist her written invitation to a picnic while father is far away. Miranda begins flirting in the garden and leads him to the yacht, where she amazes him with her sexual prowess. She begs him not to go topside for a refreshing swim until after dinner and a hand of cards. She identifies feet on the deck above as her father's—at last.

Beginning the fourth chapter, Spring has every escape covered. Miranda admits that Flashy had, of...

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