Sharpe's Prey: Richard Sharpe and the Expedition to Copenhagen, 1807 - Chapter 11 and Historical Note Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 and Historical Note Summary

Sharpe agrees that Hopper will go back to report to Captain Chase, and when the battle is over they will go to Lavisser's house and look for the gold. Astrid and Sharpe discuss plans, and Sharpe wonders what it will be like to leave the army. A bomb explodes nearby, and Sharpe covers Astrid. Because the Danes have not surrendered, the British increase the bombing.

Peyman gives an order to Lavisser's aide to burn the Danish fleet but the aide cannot find Lavisser.

Sharpe and Clouter rescue the children, and Sharpe tells Astrid to flee. Lavisser and the Danish soldiers arrive, and Sharpe and Clouter face them. A bomb kills all of the Danish soldiers, and Lavisser calls to Sharpe. Lavisser and Bang stand together, and Bang restrains Astrid. Sharpe tells Clouter to watch out for Barker...

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