The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood - Study Guide Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

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Some time passes and Robin Hood decides their money is running low. Going some distance away with several of his merry men, he stops a sorrowful knight named Sir Richard of the Lea. Sir Richard tells Robin that his castle and his lands are in pawn for a debt he owes, and in three days the Priory of Emmet will seize it forever. Richard owes four hundred pounds more, but has nothing. Robin tells him that he now has friends, and that he will help him to keep his castle. Returning to Sherwood Forest, they find that Little John as brought the Bishop of Hereford and three friars to feast, along with a great trunk which appears to be laden with gold. After the feast, the money carried by the Bishop's three pack horses is counted, and Robin determines that much of it will go to charity...

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