Indian Ink - Act 2 Part 5 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 Part 5 Summary

It is dawn in both eras. In the past, Flora lies nude on her bed, while in the modern area, Dilip and Pike come in, a little drunk and singing happily. As they talk about how frustrated their search for Flora's past is becoming, Flora gets out of bed. Pike talks about how the search cannot and will not come to an end, referring to his discovery that Das had a son.

In the past, Durance arrives to take Flora for a spin in his car. As Flora hurriedly gets dressed Durance talks about having passed Das on the road, saying he was surprised when Das turned his back to him. He discovers that Flora is reading Up the Country, and then finds the miniature she received from the Rajah. He says he feels awkward, explaining that such a gift implies a forbidden intimacy. He...

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