Ivanhoe - Study Guide Section V, Chapters 13 through 15 Summary & Analysis

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Prince John becomes concerned when he learns that Ivanhoe is the Disinherited Knight because they all know that Ivanhoe will claim the honors that King Richard has bestowed on him which Prince John illegally gave to Front-de-Boeuf. Prince John learns that Ivanhoe's friends are nursing the knight, and Prince John promises to obtain Lady Rowena as De Bracy's bride. Prince John is distraught when he learns that King Richard has gained his freedom, canceling the next day's festivities and holding the archery contest immediately. Robin of Locksley, a yeoman that Prince John dislikes, shoots last and wins. Impressed, Prince John offers Robin of Locksley a position in his bodyguard which Robin of Locksley refuses, slipping away and getting lost in the crowd. Prince John sends his chamberlain to Isaac to demand two thousand crowns.

Prince John throws a banquet at the...

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