Ivanhoe - Study Guide Section XIV, Chapters 41 through 42 Summary & Analysis

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Ivanhoe and Gurth join the feast in the forest. Ivanhoe informs King Richard about the current condition of his kingdom and advises him to reclaim it quickly. King Richard must wait until his reinforcements are prepared to assist him. Robin of Locksley worries about King Richard staying for too long in the forest and creates an act to make it seem that the Normans are attacking, ending the banquet abruptly. Robin of Locksley confesses his actions to King Richard, who agrees that he should continue on his journey. King Richard, Ivanhoe, Gurth, and Wamba travel toward Athelstane's castle where the servants are mourning for their lost master.

Richard and Ivanhoe arrive at Athelstane's castle and are shown to a room where Cedric sits with several other Saxons. Cedric guides them to the chapel where Athelstane's bier has been set before leading...

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