The Prince and the Pauper - Chapter 20


The Prince and the Pauper - Chapter 20
The King flees from the widow's house upon noting the approach of John Canty and Hugo. The woods get thicker and darker as night approaches but he soon finds a shabby little hut occupied by a hermit. The hermit claims to be an archangel but should have been Pope except for Edward's father, King Henry VIII. The hermit holds a grudge and while Edward sleeps he finds a butcher knife, sharpens it and ties up the little king while he sleeps.
The Prince and the Hermit
He Turned and Descried Two Figures
The King Entered and Paused
I Will Tell You A Secret
Chatting Pleasantly All The Time
He Drew His Thumb Along the Edge
The Next Moment They Were Bound

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