Indian Ink - Act 1 Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1 Part 3 Summary

Flora and Das sit at the table, drink lemonade, and play a word game. Flora wins, then Das talks about how he learned English, saying that English was the one way that all the tribes of India, who each spoke a different language, could be united. This leads Flora to ask him whether he's a Nationalist, someone who believes in freeing India from British rule. Das evades the question and prepares to go. Flora asks whether she can see what he's done so far, but Das says no. Flora refers to how the man who painted her portrait earlier felt the same way about showing her his work, and Das comments that he had the feeling she'd been painted before. Flora comments that she might have married the painter and that he died soon afterwards.

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