Indian Ink - Study Guide Act 1 Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Back in the past Flora poses for Das, but stops because she's getting frustrated with her work. She calls Nazrul out, and asks him in English to bring some pate. Nazrul responds in Hindi, Das talks with him, Flora tries to interrupt, but Nazrul goes out having paid no attention to her. Das explains that Nazrul was telling him that the pate has been stolen, and when Flora tells him that only Nazrul had a key to the locked icebox, Das says ironically that it's a great mystery. Flora tells him that she hopes that Nazrul will be all right, commenting that the pate contains a large proportion of pork, which Hindus don't eat because it's a sin. This leads Das and Flora into a conversation about God, what God will forgive, and which God was in India first, the Christian god or the Hindu...

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