Indian Ink - Act 2 Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 Part 1 Summary

In the modern area, Pike sits waiting. In the historic area, Flora and Durance dance at the club. Two other English couples are also dancing, and they banter with Flora about other famous poets, other English parties, and how the Rajah of Jummapur has a collection of exotic European cars. One of the other men asks Flora to dance but she says she needs some air, and goes outside with Durance.

In the modern area, Dilip arrives with a borrowed jacket and tie for Pike to wear when he goes into the club. As Pike puts them on, Dilip tells him that he knows the name of the man who painted Flora's portrait, since the man he borrowed the clothes from was the boy hired by Das to work the fan on the day Flora fell ill. Pike wants to meet him right away but...

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