Flashman & the Angel of the Lord: From the Flashman Papers, 1858-59 - Pgs. 309-361 Summary & Analysis

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The nineteenth chapter finds Flashy musing on being wounded 20 times in his career and knowing how to play them up to maximum effect. His present wounds are superficial, albeit painful. Cowering in the smoke-filled room, surrounded by three bodies and six sound defenders, Flashy hears Brown refuse to surrender unconditionally, despite his hopeless situation. He wants safe conduct to Maryland and protests violations of the acts of war by firing on a white flag. Capt. Sinn assures him that Lee is honorable and asks at least to let his doctor examine the wounded. Watson is dead and Oliver in pain begs to die. Flashy despises Brown for telling his son to die like a man. Fearing what Brown and Joe would do if he tells the doctor that he is an agent, Flashy pretends to be worse than he is and is ignored. Brown insists...

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