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

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Chapter Twenty-Two and Chapter Twenty-Three Summary

Chapter twenty-two joins the Fifth Division, led by Colonel Leroy, who are poised to invade Gamarra Mayor. They shake out the flags and prepare to advance Patrick Harper still insists that Major Sharpe is alive. Leroy and d'Alembord lead the men forward, but their line is ripped apart by French fire. Leroy leads them ahead to the barricade but is killed. Meanwhile, Sharpe has arrived and begins to whip the men into shape. Everyone is spellbound and thinks he is a ghost back from the dead. The battalion cheers him, and he cannot stop them, though he is leading them into death.

Chapter twenty-three begins with Sharpe thinking about La Marquesa. He does not love her and knows she does not love him, but he still fights for her and wishes she could see him...

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