Love's Labours Lost: Novel Summary: Act 4, Scene 2
The constable, the curate, and the pendant sit and comment about the deer the Princess killed on her hunt. As they talk, they are approached by Jaquenetta who asks them to read her the letter she has received from Armando. They read it, and realize that the letter was delivered into the wrong hand. They tell Jaquenetta to take the letter to the King because it was written by one of his men that vowed to stay away from women. Jaquenetta agrees but asks Costard to come with her.