1. What war in 1799 is the context of "Sharpe's Christmas"?
(a) The Boxer Rebellion.
(b) The Mysore War.
(c) The War of the Roses.
(d) The Battle of Waterloo.
2. With whose forces is Sharpe fighting in "Sharpe's Christmas"?
3. What attack is the French army attempting to repel?
(a) The British attack near Waterloo.
(b) It does not specify.
(c) The Dutch attack on Gibraltar.
(d) The British attack on Seringapatam.
4. Who is one of the first officers to spot Richard Sharpe's potential?
(a) The Duke of Wellington.
(b) Colonel Price.
(c) Colonel Gudin.
5. What Sharpe book does "Sharpe's Ransom" follow?
(a) Sharpe's Rifles.
(b) Sharpe's Tigers.
(c) Sharpe's Waterloo.
(d) Sharpe's Christmas.
6. What is the state of England in Sharpe's Ransom?
(a) England is fighting the Danes.
(b) England is at peace.
(c) England is figting the Spanish.
(d) England is fighting the Americans.
7. What is one question Bernard Cornwell is often asked about Richard Sharpe?
(a) If he ever reclaims his daughter.
(b) If he lived a long life.
(c) If he finally emigrated to the United States.
(d) If he actually settled down in Normandy.
This section contains 4,576 words
(approx. 16 pages at 300 words per page)