Sharpe's Gold: Richard Sharpe and the Destruction of Almeida, August 1810 - Chapter 19-20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19-20 Summary

In chapter 19, Teresa and Sharpe are in bed and she asks about the scars on his back. He says they were caused by liars whom he will eventually kill. Sharpe asks her about Hardy but she says she did not sleep with him even though he wanted her. She notices a locket in his pocket and more talk goes on about it and friendships.

Sharpe needs to leave to go to the telegraph area and tells Teresa he will see her later. Sharpe goes into the street and notices the close siege has not started yet, but trenches and such are being dug in preparation. The Portuguese gunners are firing on the French, which greatly pleases Lossow. He goes with Sharpe to the telegraph station where Sharpe asks about the way messages are sent. When the messages arrive, Sharpe finds his...

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