The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Early the next spring, Robin and Little John decide to go on an adventure. Little John dresses like a friar and takes one road, while Robin takes the other in search of a beggar to exchange clothes with.

Little John soon meets three pretty maids carrying eggs to the market at Tuxford. Putting one basket on his back hanging from his rosary, Little John carries the other two in his hands, and the four start merrily off towards Tuxford. Arriving there, Little John gives the maids their eggs and bids them goodbye.

Further down the road, Little John, still dressed as a friar, comes to an inn where he meets a Peddler, a Tinker, and a Beggar. They buy Little John pots of beer and he begins to sing them songs when the landlord of the inn arrives with two friars, one fat and one thin. The...

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