The Prince and the Pauper - Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22-24 Summary

In Chapter 22, "A Victim of Treachery," Edward is once again roving with Ruffler's outlaws, most of whom like him for his pluck, although Hugo and Canty give him as much trouble as they can. Hugo picks a fight with him using staves, but Edward has been well-trained in combat and easily defeats him, which prompts the admiring men to stop calling him King Foo-Foo the First and rename him King of the Game-Cocks. Nobody can get Edward to help the group, and he is always trying to escape. His days are miserable, but each night he dreams of being king. Hugo tries to get revenge for his defeat in the fight, but Yokel, the former farmer, intervenes. Ruffler decides that Edward should stop begging and be a thief, which pleases Hugo, who takes a bundle from a woman and shoves it...

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