Sharpe's Prey: Richard Sharpe and the Expedition to Copenhagen, 1807 - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

The Danish Crown Prince speaks to General Peyman and Lavisser while he prepares to leave the city. The Crown Prince tells Peyman that he must defend the city for two months so that the rest of the Danish army can come to Copenhagen from southern Denmark. The Crown Prince believes that the British movements are just a bluff. He says that Denmark has no ill will toward Britain, but Denmark will not willingly surrender the fleet. Lavisser tells the Crown Prince that Skovaard is a traitor and should be arrested and interrogated. Peyman contradicts Lavisser and convinces the Crown Prince to leave Skovaard alone.

Skovaard and Astrid want to watch the Crown Prince leave the city. Sharpe insists on coming along. Skovaard is getting annoyed with Sharpe's presence and wishes Sharpe would rejoin the British army. Sharpe asks why the Danes do not...

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