Sharpe's Gold: Richard Sharpe and the Destruction of Almeida, August 1810 Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter 1-2

• Morale is low among the soldiers as the book opens, most feeling that the war is almost lost to Napoleon, though Sharpe disagrees.

• Sharpe and his regiment are outside a town that is monitored by Provosts.

• One of Sharpe's men is caught with a chicken and Lieutenant Ayres wants to hang him for theft.

• Sharpe threatens Ayres in order to get him to let the man go.
• Sharpe's commanding office, Lawford, tells Sharpe that Wellington is quite displeased with Sharpe bullying Ayres.

• Sharpe goes in personally and talks with Wellington who reprimands him and says Sharpe must apologize to Ayres.

• Wellington places Sharpe's regiment under his personal command.

• Wellington intends to send Sharpe and his men on a mission that Sharpe best complete successfully.

Chapter 3-4

• When Sharpe returns from Wellinton's office, he meets up with Ayres and Colonel Williams and they sit to talk.

• Sharpe...

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