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

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Chapter Twenty Six and Epilogue Summary

Sharpe must fight El Matarife; it is the only way to save La Marquesa, so Sharpe must challenge Wl Matarife to a duel. La Marquesa crosses herself when she sees Sharpe, as she thought he was dead. El Matarife throws a chain at Sharpe, and the two men tie the ends of the chain to their respective arms to commence the knife fight. It is a fierce fight, but Sharpe emerges victorious, and he makes El Matarife admit to killing the Marques and working for the French. He means to let El Matarife live but slits his throat when El Matarife fights unfairly. Sharpe tells El Matarife his death is in honor of the girl he killed and tried to pass off as La Marquesa. He will go to Vitoria to tell Hogan the truth...

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