Indian Ink - Study Guide Act 2 Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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The Rajah offers to have his collection of exotic European automobiles driven past Flora. When Flora says she can just walk past them, the Rajah says that that will deny them their identity, suggesting that if cars do not move they are not cars. Flora comments appreciatively as the cars pass in procession, but then becomes angry when the Rajah initiates a conversation about her health. Flora complains that everybody knows her business, and the Rajah changes the subject, referring to a house party where he and Winston Churchill were both guests. The Rajah and Flora argue politely about whether Churchill was right to suggest that the loss of India would reduce England to a smaller power, and whether Independence will mean the end of both the Rajah's rule and England's.

During a break in the parade of cars, refreshments are served. The Rajah offers...

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