Sharpe's Christmas Quotes

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"It's daft, isn't it? I wouldn't think twice if it was a Frog. It's only a bloody cow." Major Richard Sharpe, "Sharpe's Christmas", p. 13.

"There're over a thousand men in the fort at Ochagavia, and we don't want Boney to get those men back, Richard. You have to stop them... Kill me some Frogs for Christmas. That's why you joined the army, isn't it? To kill Frogs? So go and do it. I want you out of here in an hour." Colonel Hogan, "Sharpe's Christmas", p. 16.

"We are soldiers of France, and we do not leave women and children to die. They march with us." Colonel Jean Gudin, "Sharpe's Christmas", p. 18.

"And if he could escape successfully? That would be a victory, especially if he could take Caillou's precious Eagle safe across the Pyrenees, but he doubted even an Eagle was worth the life of so many woman...

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