Flashman and the Redskins - Part 1 The Forty-Niner, pgs. 148-207 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1 The Forty-Niner, pgs. 148-207 Summary

The 11th chapter finds Flashy stripped and hanging upside down along with a dozen scalp-hunters who fail to escape or die outright. Fires have been built beneath the others and the womenfolk are happily flaying them, while Sonsee-array, beloved daughter of the fearsome Chief Mangas Colorado, demands that Flashy be spared for having saved her and treated her well. He is more beautiful and braver than her many suitors, particularly Vasco. Still disoriented, Flashy is cut down and taken to a wickiup to recover. Memories of past horrors run through his mind until he is kicked awake by ugly, brutal Yawner (Geronimo) before the cool, provocative Sonsee-array. Flashy is led before the tribal elders. When questioned, Flashy declares he is not American but an English trader, held prisoner by the scalp-hunters. He denies taking scalps...

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