Sharpe's Honour: Richard Sharpe and the Vitoria Campaign, February to June, 1813 Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Prologue, Chapter One, and Chapter Two

• This book covers Sharpe's life from February to June of 1813, while on campaign in Spain.

• Sharpe tricks the French into an ambush and wins the battle without causalities.

• Sharpe feels guilt about his wife's death and not raising his daughter.

• Sharpe wears no rank insignia even though he is a major.
• Helene Leroux is French and English and is married to a Spaniard.

• Pierre Ducos uses Helene as a spy and now plots to steal her fortune.

• Ducos intercepts her and accuses her of stealing the property she is taking from Spain to France.

• He says he will give her a letter of safe passage if she will accuse Sharpe of improper behavior towards her.

Chapter Three and Chapter Four

• Tents arrive and Sharpe is upset as he feels they are not needed and are more with which to deal.

• Harper, his...

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