Look at the following paragraph and tell me what does (he) refer to? And I have another question. What does the sentence which I put in three parentheses mean?
Maybe Sharpe’s greatest stroke of good fortune was meeting Sean Bean. (He) has also been outrageously lucky in his other friends who, collectively, are the Sharpe Appreciation Society. (He) would not think there was that much to appreciate (((?bloody daft, really’))), but on his behalf, I can thank you for being his friends and assure you that, so long as I have anything to do with him, he will not let you down.
Thank you all
is introducing Sharpe, or talking about him, and says that Sharpe
has been extremely lucky to have other friends (other than Sean Bean).
These friends are collectively (together) referred to as the "Sharpe
Appreciate Society". Sharpe himself would not think that there was
much to appreciate. "Bloody daft, really" means "pretty silly/idiotic/insane,
really" that they are appreciating him. But the person speaking the
above lines goes on to say that he can thank them (people who are
Sharpe's friends) for being his (Sharpe's) friends.
I hope the advanced members can correct me or add other