Flashman and the Mountain of Light: From the Flashman Papers, 1845-46 - Chapter 17 (pages 302-318 and endnotes) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 (pages 302-318 and endnotes) Summary

Flashman follows Sardul to a point high above the river where he can see the entire battlefield. He sees the British advance and wonders if this time Gough's reckless style will cause a British defeat. Flashman continues to follow Sardul, and when they reach Tej, Flashman sees a strange looking stone structure that looks like a giant beehive. An old man tells Tej that he must measure his circumference. Tej is annoyed and goes inside the stone structure, and Flashman follows.

Tej begins crying and says the Khalsa have removed him from command, and he cannot stop them from defeating the British. Flashman leaves Tej inside the structure crying, and once outside Flashman notices that Sardul and his troops have left. No one is watching Flashman. With a running start Flashman jumps into the river...

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