Nottingham - Part Six: Chapters 39-43 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirty-Nine is in Marion's narration as she sits with the rest of the mourners in Oak Camp. Tuck is singing a ballad of Robin as they sit in silence and Marion knows the stories will have to end now. Marion leaves to visit other families in the camp, returning to ask Tuck about some advice on faith. Tuck explains how he believes wedding and funerals are the proof that humans can do great and terrible things without God. The next morning, Much's funeral service is held and the majority of the families leave Oak Camp. Friar Tuck once again gives Marion advice about how prayer is asking God how you can help him. Alan then leaves Oak Camp, telling Marion that he will go work and it was silly to think that this plan could have worked indefinitely. John then...

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