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

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Many years later, Robin Hood, now bearing the title of Robert, Earl of Huntington, returns to Sherwood Forest. Upon doing so he blasts his bugle as he had done in times past. Those of his men still in the area hear the song and know that Robin has returned. Seeing his men again and finding the forest more to his liking than life as an Earl, he vows to take refuge in the Forest and never to leave it again.

King John, by then King of England, hears this news and is embarrassed that Robin Hood has left and taken up with his outlaws once more. He sends Robin's old enemy, the Sheriff of Nottingham, along with Sir William Dale, to bring him in, dead or alive. Hiding for several days, Robin comes down with a fever, and decides to see his cousin, now the Prioress of...

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