Sharpe's Eagle: Richard Sharpe and the Talavera Campaign July 1809 - Chapter 11-13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11-13 Summary

After arriving at the destination with the rest of the British army, Sharpe joins the other officers in their lodgings. Sharpe enjoys a few moments of pleasant conversation before he hears a woman scream. A few moments later, he hears another scream and then sees Josephina run out of a building, being chased by Gibbons and Berry. Sharpe, Hogan, and Forrest follow. They find the men assaulting Josephina, and they try to find out what is happening.

Sharpe has to beat the two lieutenants to get to the truth. They claim Josephina stole from them, and Josephina claims they stole from her and tried to rape her. Sharpe believes Josephina, but Hogan is neutral, perhaps skeptical. Sharpe offers to let Josephina have his quarters while he stays with Hogan. Hogan bets Sharpe that he will stay with Josephina.

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