Sharpe's Honour: Richard Sharpe and the Vitoria Campaign, February to June, 1813 - Chapter Eleven and Chapter Twelve Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Eleven and Chapter Twelve Summary

Beginning with a description of the surroundings, chapter eleven is Major Richard Sharpe vs. the convent. Though Angel is worried about an attack on a holy place, Sharpe assures him they fight to defeat France. The Convent of the Heavens is at the highest point in a series of hills, leftover from when Muslims occupied Spain. Sharpe knocks and announces his visit to La Marquesa, but no one will let him in. He grabs a large rock and begins to beat the door down.

Meanwhile, Harper and Wellington discuss the unfortunate French move into the mountains—-Harper worries Sharpe will surely be caught with only a boy to protect him.

Finally, Sharpe breaks into the convent. The Mother Superior asks him to leave, but he says he is an American who must speak with...

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