By Paul D. Storrie
Fooled into committing against the law by means of the king's foresters, younger Robin Hood unearths himself branded an outlaw. As he's taking shelter in Sherwood wooded area, he meets different hideaways who additionally unjustly locate themselves at the fallacious facet of the legislations. lower than Robin's management, those outlaws shape a band of "merry males" who special justice opposed to the unfair legislation of the land by way of stealing from the wealthy and giving their loot to the terrible. Robin's exploits quickly enrage the sheriff of Nottingham, who vows to catch his foe at any expense. Will Robin Hood fall into the sheriff's capture?
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Pyle, Howard. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood. New York: Signet Classics, 1986. Howard Pyle’s illustrated adaptations of the Robin Hood stories are some of the most famous and popular in the world. Robin Hood. DVD. Directed by John Irvin. Hollywood: 20th Century Fox, 1991. This action-packed made-for-TV movie stars Patrick Bergin as Robin and Uma Thurman as Maid Marian. html This Web page provides a brief overview of the legend of Robin Hood and his many adventures. The page is part of a larger site that features a great deal of helpful information about the Outlaw of Sherwood.
Html This Web page provides a brief overview of the legend of Robin Hood and his many adventures. The page is part of a larger site that features a great deal of helpful information about the Outlaw of Sherwood. creating robin hood: outlaw of sherwood forest Author Paul D. Storrie relied heavily on the earliest versions of the Robin Hood stories available: the lyrics to the medieval songs about Robin and his followers. His research also included the excellent books Robin Hood by J. C. Holt and Robin Hood: A Complete Study of the English Outlaw by Stephen Thomas Knight.
C. Holt and Robin Hood: A Complete Study of the English Outlaw by Stephen Thomas Knight. Artist Thomas Yeates referred to modern sources of medieval dress as well as to illustrations by great artists of the past, including Howard Pyle, Harold Foster, and N. C. Wyeth. Professor Andrew Scheil of the University of Minnesota lent his time and expertise in reviewing this project. 47 index foresters, 7–11, 12 Nottingham, 26, 27 Little John: decision to join Merry Men, 22; first meeting with Robin Hood, 15–21; origin of nickname, 22 Locksley, 6 Lord Fitzwalter, 27, 38, 39, 40, 44 potter from Wentbridge, 23–25 Maid Marian: at the contest for the silver arrow, 38, 40, 43, 44; disguised as page, 33–36; first meeting with Robin Hood: 27, 28; sword-fighting skills of, 34 Merry Men (Robin’s outlaw gang), formation of, 3 Much the Miller’s Son, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 44 Robin Hood: archery skill of, 9, 21, 22, 30, 31, 42, 43; circumstances of his becoming an outlaw, 10–11; disguised as beggar, 38–44; disguised as potter, 26–30 Sheriff of Nottingham: attempts to capture Robin Hood, 31–32, 37–44; first meeting with Robin Hood, 28–32 sheriff’s wife, 27, 28, 37, 38, 40 Stutely, Will, 12, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 Watling Street, 23 about the author and the artist paul d.