Nottingham - Part Four: Chapter 32-Interlude Summary & Analysis

Nathan Makaryk
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Chapter Thirty-Two is narrated by William de Wendenal as he and the Sheriff meet with the lords to hear their demands in person. Before they do, the Sheriff and William have a discussion about justice and what Lord Beneger, William's father, would think about justice. The lords finally approach as de Lacy comments that it is men like himself who make the world unlivable. The lords all enter and William de Ferrers, Guy of Gisbourne's attendant, makes a dry comment about the outlaws, annoying William. The Sheriff launches into a long analogy about how the farmers and dukes continue with their lives and how taxes affect that, along with the outlaws. Gisbourne wants to ride in and fight the outlaws but de Lacy shoots it down. The discussion continues and William realizes they wanted someone to blame and punish. Ferrers suggests...

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