Nottingham - Part Two: Chapters 10-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Ten, with Robin being the narrator, begins with Robin and William reaching Sherwood Forest, which feels like home to Robin. The pair had landed in England and were tracking the shipment of missing weapons, which eventually lead them to Sherwood Forest. William suggests they visit Robin's home but Robin wants nothing to do with his father. They stop to rest so that William can refill their water bags. Robin is tasked with guarding the horse but instead wanders off, hunting a giant stag. During this hunt, he is reminded of his childhood hunting with his brother Edmond, who was only lucky and extremely brutal when hunting. He returns to camp as William arrives as well, only to discover their horses are missing.

Chapter Eleven, narrated by William, begins with William chastising Robin for losing the horses. The pair decide to...

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