Sharpe's Rifles: Richard Sharpe and the French Invasion of Galicia, January 1809 - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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The Spanish troops and the riflemen travel through the night into the mountains. Sharpe tries to ask for explanations, but Vivar merely says later. Vivar asks about Louisa and Vivar asks if Sharpe has met his brother. He refers to his brother as a traitor to Spain. By dawn , the troops have arrived at a fortress.

Vivar's family had built the fortress nearly a thousand years ago. Vivar says the French will eventually be defeated because they will rely on the Spanish to feed them, but the Spanish will resist. The Spanish people need a miracle to help them find the strength to resist the French. Sharpe asks for clarification, but Vivar again says later. He says that some men are coming soon and he will need their permission to tell Sharpe the answers to all that he asks.

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