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The Sharpe Companion. A detailed historical and military guide to Bernard Cornwell´s best selling series of Sharpe novels.
AUTORAdkin, Mark
EDITORIALHarper Collins Publishers. London
AÑO1998
TEMAAnálisis de la documentación histórica de las novelas de Sharpe
ÍNDICE
List of Maps, Sketches and Diagrams xi
Symbols used on Maps xiv
Foreword xv
lntroduction xix
1 Sharpe 1
2 Sharpe's Regiments 19
3 Sharpe's Tiger 38
4 Sharpe' s Rifles 54
5 Sharpe' s Eagle 72
6 Sharpe' s Gold 90
7 Sharpe's Battle 104
8 Sharpe's Company 122
9 Sharpe's Sword 147
10 Sharpe' s Enemy 163
11 Sharpe's Honour 178
12 Sharpe's Regiment 196
13 Sharpe's Siege 211
14 Sharpe's Revenge 222
15 Sharpe' s Waterloo 235
16 Sharpe' s Devil 259
Abbreviations used in text and glossary 275
Glossary 277
Bibliography 321
COMENTARIOS
The character of Richard Sharpe first saw print in 1981 and since then he has soldiered through seventeen novels and the whole Peninsular War to the Battle of Waterloo. Latterly, his early days in India have also been chronicled in the latest books in Bernard Cornwell's best selling series. A number of acclaimed television films, starring Sean Bean, have brought Sharpe and his doughty ban of Riflemen to an even wider audience.

Mark Adkin is a highly respected military historian and former soldier, as well as being a long-standing admirer of the Sharpe novels. In The Sharpe Companion he has produced the definitive guide to the historical and military background of the characters and events in the series. It can be used to accompany the novels or simply read on its own for the wealth of fascinating detail and anecdote that it provides. Beautifully illustrated, complete with pictures of famous battle scenes and characters and maps of the many battles and skirmishes
Sharpe was involved in, The Sharpe Companion is an indispensable guide to the life and times of Richard Sharpe, a must for every student of military history and fan of Sharpe.

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