Indian Ink - Act 1 Part 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1 Part 6 Summary

As Flora and Das smoke they discuss her sister, whom we know has become Mrs. Swan. They discuss how she's much younger than Flora, and how fascinated Das is with English culture and history. He becomes very excited when he discovers that Flora's sister lives on the same street that Charles Dickens lived on when he wrote Oliver Twist. Flora comments that her sister works for a newspaper called The Flag, which Das read when he was given a copy by Flora's friend Chamberlain. They discuss Chamberlain's socialistic theories, and Das comments that the Theosophical Society to which he belongs was shut down because Chamberlain came and lectured to them. Flora mentions that her sister is Chamberlain's mistress, and Das comments on how her reputation will be ruined. An argument develops over which is the more moral culture, Indian or British. As the argument intensifies...

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