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Ivanhoe Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section XI, Chapters 32 through 34 Summary

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Section XI, Chapters 32 through 34 Summary

The outlaws divide the spoils from battle. Cedric mourns Athelstane's death and frees Gurth from his slavery. When Lady Rowena is escorted to the gathering, the imprisoned De Bracy requests her forgiveness. Lady Rowena hesitates because of the great amount of pain that he has caused her. Cedric agrees in advance when the Black Knight informs him that he will soon ask for a favor. The Black Knight releases De Bracy, who leaves quickly. Robin of Locksley bestows a bugle upon the Black Knight as a gift, teaching him the melody to blow should he ever find trouble while in the forest. Robin of Locksley then separates the spoils, insisting that the church receives tithes first; then it is to be distributed among the families of the deceased and among the outlaws. Arriving together later than the others, Isaac argues against...

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Ivanhoe from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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