The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood - Study Guide Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Robin sends seven men to Foose Way to find a victim to bring to feast and to lighten of his gold. However, after almost an entire day, no such man passes by the road where they hide. Late in the afternoon they hear a sobbing some distance away, and investigating they find a youth with clothes awry, long golden locks unkempt and dirty, and a beautiful harp inlaid with gold and silver beside him with a bow and arrows. While most of the men make fun of the crying boy, Will Scarlet consoles him and tells him to pay no heed to the others. Arriving at the camp to the smell of the feast being prepared, Robin meets the men and finds that the lad is Allan a Dale, a minstrel who has lost his loved one because her father did not like him. More than a...

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