Nottingham - Part Four: Chapters 27-31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Seven finds Arable narrating in the market square of Nottingham attending to Lady Margery. She and other ladies’ shop in order to boost the local economy after it was sent into a slump by the captain's raids. Arable has grown fond of Lady Margery during the weeks she has attended to her and enjoyed her presence. Arable notes that gossip had become the latest social contest to see who had the most captivating encounter with the outlaws of Sherwood Forest. The ladies were smitten with the handsome outlaw and made every excuse to travel the road. Suddenly, a commotion happens in front of them and the Guardsmen snap to attention, threatening the commoners who had provoked them. The entourage returns to the street quickly in order to avoid a larger altercation and Arable prays for the welfare of the city...

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