Sharpe's Company: Richard Sharpe and the Siege of Badajoz, January to April 1812 - Chapters 28, 29, and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28, 29, and Epilogue Summary

While Sharpe leads the company into the breach, Hakeswill lies quietly in the ditch. He has carefully piled corpses around and on top of him so he is protected. When a British officer sees him and encourages him to rise, Hakeswill murders the man and adds him to his shield of corpses. After Sharpe clears the breach, Hakeswill sneaks into the city in safety and immediately begins searching for Teresa's house amid the rioting and chaos of the British soldiers looting and raping of Badajoz. Meanwhile, Knowles has led his assault through the citadel. He then searches for Teresa's house, intending to protect her until Sharpe arrives. Knowles finds Teresa's house and enters as Hakeswill watches from the shadows. Hakeswill then enters the house by scaling to the second story. He discovers Antonia sleeping in a crib and picks...

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