The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

After some time of being isolated in the woods, Robin Hood decides to seek adventure elsewhere. He comes across a butcher going to market with a full load of meat, and Robin buys the cart and all the meat, and dons the butcher's apron and goes to Nottingham and sells his meat with the other butchers. He sells for fewer pennies than do the others, so he is invited to sit next to the Sheriff at a feast. Robin is not recognized in the butcher's apron, and enjoys a fair meal at the Sheriff's expense. Robin says grace, and then mocks the Sheriff by saying that the Sheriff may someday catch Robin Hood, if he sheds some of the fat of his stomach and the dust from his brain. As everyone laughs at his joke, Robin also says that he will pay for the entire feast so...

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