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

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Chapter Fourteen and Chapter Fifteen Summary

Angel escapes from El Matarife's man at the beginning of chapter fourteen on Carbine, Sharpe's black horse. Sharpe goes down to fight El Matarife and negotiate La Marquesa's safe return when French lancers rush into the village, causing El Matarife and the Partisans to run. Sharpe reminds La Marquesa that he is going by the name Vaughn, and she reminds him to tell everyone he slept in the stable so as not to upset her lover, General Verigny. Verigny, who does not speak English very well, allows Sharpe to keep his sword, but must confiscate the rifle. La Marquesa told the General that Sharpe had been sent to take her back to the British for questioning, and the General assures him he will be taken to a prisoner exchange. Sharpe is trapped and cannot reveal...

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