Royal Flash, from the Flashman Papers - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Flash spends the next while in London before he eventually meets up with Rosanna again. This time it is a fluke. Flash goes to the theater for some reason the man cannot recall when he spots Rosanna, posing as the Spanish dancer Donna Lola Montez. Flash recognizes her immediately. Instantly, Flash develops a plan to unveil Rosanna's true identity and goes off to visit Lord Ranelagh, an acquaintance of Rosanna's. The Lord is arrogant and dismisses Flash as a peasant although he listens to the ploy. Ranelagh says he has no intention of revealing Rosanna's true identity and that he will not do Flash's dirty work. However, if Ranelagh does go to the theater to see Rosanna dance, Flash is not to sit with him nor should he address the Lord in public.

Ranelagh does go to the theater. The audience...

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