Sharpe's Tiger Setting & Symbolism

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Thirty-third Regiment

The Thirty-third Regiment is the part of the British army to which Sharpe belongs.

India

India is the country in which the British fight to gain enough power for increasing the trade of the East India Company.

Mysore

Mysore is the region of western India that Tippoo controls as king until the British defeat his army and Sharpe kills him.

Seringapatam

Seringapatam is the city that the British capture. It has two walls, including an inner and outer.

Black-powder Mine

Tippoo builds a massibe black-powder mine to destroy most of the British army but Sharpe blows it off before it can kill any British soldiers.

Musket

The musket is the primary weapon in use by the infantry on both sides in the Battle of Seringapatam. Sharpe uses it as a jabbing and clubbing weapon as well.

Tigers

Tippoo keeps six large tigers chained in his courtyard...

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