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> Robin Hood Booklist
> This is a reading list involving the Robin Hood legend.
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> My criterion for these books is that it be concerned with the Robin
> Hood legend in some way. I have three basic categories: fiction,
> poetry, and non-fiction. There are a good number of research and
> old-manuscript references listed here that are probably unavailable
> except through a University-level library. I have split the books up
> into the following categories:
> * Medieval Fiction: often published at any point in time, but
> discussing texts from this period. I've arbitrarily put
> pre 1600 in this section, although I realize this isn't the
> "medieval" period.
> * Early Fiction (1600-1899): involves any fiction published
> during this time. If I have an 18th century commentary on a 15th
> century work, that goes here. (If it's a 18th century
> republication of something from prior to 1600, let me know and I
> will move it to the above category.)
> * Modern Fiction (1900-present): includes all fictionalized
> accounts published in this century.
> * Poetry: includes all poetic versions of the Robin Hood
> regardless of when (first) published or written.
> * Non-Fiction and Research: includes analyses of the Robin Hood
> legend: how it started, what purpose it filled, original texts,
> etc. Some of the texts that republish old work but include an
> analysis may have been mistakenly filed in one of the fiction
> categories above; let me know if this is the case.
> I encourage you to send in any comments you have on a particular
> for inclusion. I'd like to be able to give a sense of what the book
> offers. In addition, if you have references to books on Robin Hood
> that are *not* listed here, please send them to me for inclusion.
> Disclaimer: I have not vouched for the accuracy of each and every
> entry in this list. I would like also to indicate which books are no
> longer in print. If you find mistakes or have additional information
> on a reference, by all means, let me know. It might take me a while,
> but it _will_ get put in ;-).
> Thanks to: Ann Carlson, Dean Clamons, Matthew Clark, Aaron C.
> George T. Crafts, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes, Roger Gardiner, George M.
> Jacobs, Michael Kelly, Larry Hammer, Tovah Hollander, Jane Lean,
> Duncan MacGregor, John G. Norman, Robert Oliver, Emma Pease, Tirza
> Rijn, John C. Sluder, David Salley, Eric John Thiesen, and Elaine
> Thompson for their contributions.
> Copyright 1994 by Cindy Tittle Moore. All rights reserved.
> Other Online Resources
> This is NOT meant to be comprehensive in any way, but just for your
> enjoyment, here are some online resources that readers have sent to
> * The Robin Hood Text Archive
> * The Robin Hood Project, The University of Rochester
> Medieval Fiction
> _Pre 1600_
> _The gallant achievements of Robin Hood : The famous history of
> Bacon: the romance of Robert the Devil_. Edinburgh : O. Schulze,
> [1904?]. Early English prose romances.
> Child, Francis J. _The English and Scottish Popular Ballads_. Child
> collected a number of pre 1600 ballads, including ones about Robin
> Hood, into this volume in the mid 1800's. He used earlier
> for his sources.
> Clawson, William Hall, _The gest of Robin Hood_. University of
> library, 1909.
> Gutch, John Mathew, ed., _A Lytell geste of Robyn Hode and his
> Reprinted from the edition edited by John Mathew Gutch, following
> Wynken de Worde and William Copland texts, by Edwin and Robert
> Grabhorn for the Westgate Press ;... San Francisco, , 1847.
> Early Fiction
> _The Adventures of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon, commonly called Robin
> Hood, the famous English archer : being a complete history of all
> merry adventures and valiant battles_. Baltimore [Md.] : Printed and
> sold by William Warner, 1812.
> _The History of Robin Hood. A new and correct edition_. London :
> Printed for the Booksellers, 1816. Juvenile.
> Dumas, Alexandre, _pere_. _Robin des bois_. Paris, Editions
> . Translations available.
> Egan, Pierce (the Younger). _Robin Hood and Little John : or, The
> merry men of Sherwood forest_ London: Foster and Hextall, 1840.
> Marsh, John B. _The life and adventures of Robin Hood_. London, New
> York, G. Routledge and sons [1865?].
> Mills, Alfred, _Sherwood Forest, or, Robin Hood and Little John_
> (London : Published by E. Wallis ..., [ca. 1825]).
> M. P. (Martin Parker), _A true tale of Robin Hood, or, A brief touch
> of the life and death of that renowned outlaw, Robert, Earl of
> Huntington, vulgarly called Robin Hood : who lived and dyed in A.D.
> 1198, being the 9th year of the reign..._ ([London] : Printed for J.
> Clark, W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger, 1686).
> Muddock, J.E. _Maid Marian and Robin Hood: A Romance of Old Sherwood
> Forest_ With 12 illustrations by Stanley L. Wood Philadelphia:
> J.B.Lippincott Company 1894.
> Pyle, Howard, _The merry adventures of Robin Hood : of great renown
> Nottinghamshire_ (New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1884, many
> reprints). This is a classic rendition, most often recommended to
> readers. A little "old fashioned" in its phrasing, it has a style
> flair all its own.
> Peacock, Thomas Love, _Maid Marian_ (London : T. Hookham, 1822,
> Southey, Robert and Caroline Southey, _Robin Hood : a fragment_
> : Edinburgh : William Blackwood, 1847).
> Scott, Sir Walter, _Ivanhoe_. Robin Hood appears as a minor
> in this work.
> Seawell, Molly Elliot, _Maid Marian and other stories_. New York :
> Appleton, 1891.
> Tappan, Eva March. _Robin Hood, His Book_ Little, Brown & Company.
> 1903. With colorplates.
> Waldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), ed., _The sad shepherd, or, A
> of Robin Hood : a fragment_ London : Printed for J. Nichols ... and
> sold by C. Dilly, 1783. With a continuation, notes, and an appendix.
> Modern Fiction
> ?, Robin of Sherwood Annual. World International Publishing.
> Manchester, 1986. ISBN 0-7235-6758-1. A children's book on Robin of
> Sherwood. Out of print.
> Bowman, Anne, _The boy foresters : a tale of the days of Robin Hood_
> (London ; New York : G. Routledge, ). Juvenile fiction.
> Brown, Alice, _Robin Hood's barn_. (New York, Macmillan, 1913).
> Bulfinch, Thomas, _The age of chivalry ; or, Legends of King Arthur_
> (many editions).
> Burgess, Glyn, _Two Medieval Outlaws - Eustace theMonk and Fouke
> Waryn_. (Boydell & Brewer Ltd PO Box 9 Woodbridge Suffolk IP12 3DF).
> Carpenter, Richard, _Robin of Sherwood_, (Puffin Books. 1984. ISBN
> 0-14-031690-6); Carpenter, Richard and Robin May, _Robin of Sherwood
> and the Hounds of Lucifer_, (Puffin Books. 1985. ISBN
> Carpenter, Richard and Anthony Horowitz, _Robin of Sherwood: The
> Hooded Man_, (Puffin Books. 1986. ISBN 0-14-032058-X); Carpenter,
> Richard, _Robin of Sherwood: The Time of the Wolf_, (Puffin Books.
> 1988. ISBN 0-14-032660-X). _Out of print_. These four books are also
> collected in one volume, the omnibus: Carpenter, Richard, with Robin
> May and Anthony Horowitz, _The Complete Adventures of Robin of
> Sherwood_, (Puffin Books. 1990. ISBN 0-14-034450-0). The books to
> marvellous Robin of Sherwood TV series. 'A magical retelling of the
> legend of Robin Hood'. Well written, great characters, gives a good
> impression of what it must have been like in mediaeval times, the
> mysticism and sorcery fits in, great sense of humour.
> Chase, Nicholas. _Locksley_. St. Martins/Marek, New York. 1983. ISBN
> 0-312-49428-9. A highly improbable and highly entertaining retelling
> of the legend as it "might have actually happened." Good reading. Of
> interest is to note that 'Nicholas Chase' is a nom de plume for the
> brothers Hyde; Anthony (The Red Fox, China Lake, Formosa Straights)
> and Christopher (Maxwell's Train, Whisperland, Hard Target and many
> others). The opening for the Costner/Robin Hood film appears to have
> been inspired by this novel, as well.
> Creswick, Paul. N.C. Wyeth, illustrator. _Robin Hood_. Charles
> Scribner's Sons, New York. Reprint. Original copyright 1917, Wyeth,
> 1957. 1984. ISBN 0-684-18162-2. The illustrations alone make this
> worth getting. A nicely told version of the Robin Hood legend.
> Doherty, P. C. _The Assassin in the Greenwood_ (1993?), is a telling
> of the death of Robin Hood, and how an "under-sheriff" of Nottingham
> masqueraded as Robin to discredit him. The book is interesting in
> it has a brief afterword by the author. In it, he claims that Robin
> was not a contemporary of Richard I (and John), but of Edward I. He
> suggests that Robin was a supporter of Simon de Montfort's revolt
> against the king in the mid-13th century and fled to Sherwood forest
> after the revolt failed. The plot is not that great, but the setting
> is well-rendered (including the tendency to violence that was said
> be common in those days).
> Emery, Clayton, _Tales of Robin Hood_ (New York : Baen Pub
> Enterprises; distributed by Simon & Schuster, 1988).
> Finnemore, John, _The story of Robin Hood and his merry men_
> A. and C. Black, 1917).
> Fraser, Antonia, _Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by Rebecca Fraser. [1st
> American ed.]. New York, Knopf [c1971]).
> Friesner, Esther, _The Sherwood Game_ (Baen Books, Riverdale, NY,
> 1995. ISBN 0-671-87641-4).
> Furlong, Monica, _Robin's Country_ (Knopf, 1995).
> Gilbert, Henry, Robin Hood. Wordsworth Classics. Herfordshire, 1994.
> ISBN 1-85326-127-0. The book itself dates from 1912 and it shows in
> the language. It is a fairly complete Robin Hood story. It has two
> the Little People as Robin's closest friends.
> Goldberg, Moses, _The outlaw Robin Hood_ (New Orleans : Anchorage
> Press, c1980).
> Goldman, James, _Robin and Marian_ (New York, Bantam Books, 1976).
> major portion of this book is Goldman's original screenplay for the
> movie , which starred Audrey Hepburn (Maid Marian), Sean Connery
> (Robin Hood), Robert Shaw (Sheriff of Nottingham), Nicol Williamson
> (Little John), and Richard Harris (King Richard). Also included in
> volume are 3 short essays. 'Where Have All the Heroes Gone?' laments
> the lack of heroes with High Principles and Noble Dreams, muses on
> heroes grown old--Ulysses, Ben Hogan, Fritz Kreisler--and sets up
> premises/questions: What happened to Robin and Marian after they had
> grown old? (not doddering, but fifty-something), and Why do some of
> the versions of the myth have Marian killing Robin?. 'What All the
> Singing Was About' gives some historical background on the Robin
> myth and why it has survived some 700 years and still has the power
> move us. 'Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Screenplays and
> Were Afraid to Ask" is his insider's view of writing the screenplay,
> selling it, and making the movie.
> Godwin, Parke. _Sherwood_. Avon Books, New York. 1992. ISBN
> 0-380-70995-3. _Robin and the King_, 1993, Avon Books, NY ISBN
> 0-380-70996-1. Excellent, well thought out story. Placed during the
> Norman invasion of 1066. Unusual depth of characterization, you get
> real feel for what the clash between the Saxons and Normans must
> been like. Second book is set in both France, to where Robin has
> exiled but still serves the King, and England.
> Green, Roger Lancelyn, _Robin Hood_, (Penguin Books. 1982). A kind
> compilation of various other Robin Hood books (quotations preceed
> every chapter).
> Green, Simon, _Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves_, (Fantail books. 1991.
> ISBN 0-14-090340-2). The novelization of the Kevin Costner Robin
> Greenberg, Martin H., ed., _The fantastic adventures of Robin Hood_
> (New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin, 1991). A collection of thirteen
> short stories by fantasy and speculative writers offering
> glimpses of the life and legend of Robin Hood and his merry men.
> quite funny at times.
> Harvey, George Cockburn, ed. and Edwin John Prittie, illus. _Robin
> Hood_. (Chicago: John C. Winston Co., 1923.) Black and White
> illustrations, with several color ones. All done by Prittie. Large
> print edition, so I assume for children. Some unfamiliar words are
> noted with asterisk and defined at bottom of page. Example:
> hinds=laborers. Book includes an Appendix with info about the real
> Robin Hood. This info is in the form of a "quotation from the
> abridgment of Ritson's Life of Robin Hoo, as given by Gutch" (345).
> Also in the Appendix is the ballad "Robin Hood and Allin'A' Dale."
> Hayes, Sarah, _Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by Patrick Benson, 1st
> American ed. New York : Henry Holt, 1989).
> Heal, Edith, _Robin Hood_. Introduction by Philip Allen, illustrated
> by Dan Content. Rand McNally & Co. Windermere Series, copyright
> multiple eidtions printed. This book runs 626 pages and is
> in its emphasis on Robin as a very pious and religious man, in fact
> "monk," who refuses Maid Marian.
> Herbertson, Agnes Grozier, _Heroic legends : the stories of St.
> and the dragon, Robin Hood, Richard and Blondel, and other legends_
> (Illustrated by Helen Stratton, London: Blackie and Son, 1908).
> Holt, James Clarke, _Robin Hood_ (London : Thames and Hudson, c1982,
> rev. 1989).
> Kluger, Richard, _The Sherrif of Nottingham_ (N.Y.: Viking, 1992,
> 0-670-84022-X). A new fictional work which sets the story at the
> of King John, but focuses on the much maligned sheriff of
> Kluger has historical notes identifying a historical sheriff of the
> period, Philip Mark, and recreates him as a rather sympathetic, if
> plodding, character.
> Knight, Stephen and Thomas Ohlgren, eds., _Robin Hood and Other
> Tales_, Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications, 1996.
> The 600-page anthology is now in production and will be published in
> Fall 1996. It contains a full range of literary texts including the
> ballads, plays, and analogues in Old French and Anglo-Norman. All of
> the English works have been re-edited from original materials,
> including a new text of "Gamelyn" and two new ballads recently
> discovered in the British Library.
> Lang, Andrew, ed., _The story of Robin Hood, and other tales of
> adventure and battle_ (Illustrated by H. J. Ford, New York :
> Books, 1968).
> McKinley, Robin, _The Outlaws of Sherwood_ (1st ed. New York :
> Greenwillow Books, c1988). A very nice retelling of the legend.
> female characters.
> McSpadden, J. Walker, _The Adventures of Robin Hood & His Merry
> Outlaws_ (Greenwich House, Crown Publishers, New York. 1984
> ISBN 0-517-43602-7.
> Newboldt, Sir Henry John, ed., _The Greenwood : a Collection of
> Literary Readings Related to Robin Hood_ London, Edinburg, T.
> Pease, Howard, _The Gypsy Caravan_ (Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday,
> Doran & Company, inc., 1930). Being the merry tale of the travels of
> Betty and Joe with the gypsies. Robin Hood is a peripheral
> Rhead, L. J. (Louis J.), _Bold Robin Hood and his outlaw band_ (New
> York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1912).
> Roberson, Jennifer, _Lady of the Forest_ (1992). The lady is Marian,
> the forest is Sherwood, and Robin is Robert, the son and heir of the
> Earl of Huntingdon. Roberson wrote the book using all the characters
> for viewpoint (Sheriff, Earl, Robert, Will Scarlet, Marian, etc.)
> which while slowing it down in some ways, provided all sorts of
> different perspectives on the action, since *everyone's* version is
> present. This is set in the times of the Crusades and historical
> details are handled pretty well.
> Skinner, Eleanor Louise, _Tales and plays of Robin Hood_ (New York,
> Cincinnati [etc.] American book company [ s1915]).
> Speak, Harold, _Robin Hood of Wakefield_ ([Ossett, H. Speak & J.
> Forrester, 1970]).
> Stocqueler, J. H. (Joachim Hayward), _The forest queen, Maid
> Marian. A
> story of Robin Hood, and his merry men, in Sherwood Forest_ (London,
> Lea [n.d.]).
> Sutcliff, Rosemary, _The Chronicles of Robin Hood_. (Oxford
> Press. 1953). Goes as a children's book, but worthwhile reading for
> adult too. A very nice retelling of the Robin Hood legend.
> Singer, Marilyn, _Lizzie Silver of Sherwood Forest_ (Illustrated by
> Miriam Nerlove, 1st ed. New York : Harper & Row, c1986). Juvenile.
> Stone, Eugenia, _Robin Hood's arrow_ (Illustrated by Rafaello
> Chicago : Follett Publishing Co., c1948).
> Storer, Ronald D. K. _Robin Hood_ (Mumbai : Oxford University Press,
> Tomolinson, Theresa. _The ForestWife_ (Orchard Books, 1995).
> Trease, Geoffrey. _Bows against the Barons_, (Leicester:
> 1966 (c1934)). Because he was close to university and had very
> left-wing leanings (as so many English university types had at that
> time) this is a very "socialist" Robin Hood tale.
> Vance, Eleanor Graham, _Adventures of Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by
> Hyde Barnum, prepared under the supervision of Josette Frank, New
> York, Random House, c1953).
> Vansittart, Peter, _The death of Robin Hood : a novel_ (London :
> Whitby, Sharon, _The Last of the Greenwood_. (New York, Pyramid
> Publications, HBJ. 1975). Romance/Adventure retelling of the Robin
> Hood legend, concentrating on Robin's relationships with Marion.
> Enjoyable story.
> White, T.H., _The Once and Future King_. Includes a longish
> in which Wart and Kay meet one "Robin 'ood," though it's explained
> that "'ood" is not short for "Hood," but "yer know, 'ood -- like
> 'ood we're standin' in."
> Williams, Jay, _The good yeomen_ (New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts
> Dietrick, Laurabelle and Joseph Franz-Walsh, _The merry ballads of
> Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by Edna Reindel, New York, The Macmillan
> Company, 1931). The whole story of that Robin Hood, known as Earl of
> Huntington, and Locksley.
> Dobson, R.B. and J. Taylor, eds., _Rymes of Robyn Hood : an
> introduction to the English outlaw_ (Pittsburgh : University of
> Pittsburgh Press, 1976).
> Dobson, R. B. and John Taylor. _Rymes of Robyn Hood : an
> to the English outlaw_. Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press,
> 1976. Considered one of the best editions of poems and ballads
> to Robin Hood. Criticial commentary accompanies each poem.
> Hunt, Leigh, _Ballads of Robin Hood_ (Cedar Rapids, Ia., Priv.
> [The Torch Press] 1922). With some manuscript reproductions.
> Jonson, Ben [1573?-1637], _Ben Jonson's Sad shepherd, with Waldron's
> continuation_ (Ed. by W. W. Greg. Louvain, A. Uystpruyst; [etc.,
> Jonson, Ben, _The sad shepherd: or, A tale of Robin Hood, a
> (many editions).
> Lees, Jim, ed., _The ballads of Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by David
> Gentleman, Cambridge : University Press, 1977).
> Munday, Anthony, _The death of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon. (Oxford,
> Printed for the Malone Society by V. Ridler at the University Press,
>  1601).
> Munday, Anthony, The downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon
> by John C. Meagher]. Oxford, Printed for the Malone Society by V.
> Ridler at the University Press,  1601).
> Ritson, Joseph, ed., Robin Hood: A collection of all the Ancient
> Poems, Songs, and Ballads, no extant, relative to that celebrated
> English Outlaw; to which are prefixed Historical Anecdotes of his
> (London, 1795, printed for T. Egerton, Whitehall, and J. Johnson, St
> Paul-Church-Yard.) This book (originally published in two volumes)
> been reprinted many times; the latest is a facsimile reprint of the
> 1865 edition entitled Robin Hood: Ancient Poems, Song and Ballads
> Broomhead, Chesire, 1994; ISBN 0 9524003 0 8).
> Ritson, Joseph, ed., Robin Hood : a collection of all the ancient
> poems, songs, and ballads (London : Printed for Longman, etc.,
> Sidgwick, Frank, ed., Popular ballads of the olden time (London,
> Sidgwick & Jackson, ltd., 1912). Ballads of Robin Hood and other
> Tennyson, Baron Alfred, The foresters, Robin Hood and Maid Marian
> York, Macmillan, 1892).
> Non-Fiction and Research
> Bellamy, John G., Robin Hood : an historical enquiry (Beckenham,
> : Croom Helm, ).
> Campbell, William W., An historical sketch of Robin Hood and Captain
> Kidd (New York, C. Scribner, 1853).
> Corcoran, Kelvin, Robin Hood in the dark ages (preface by Tom
> London ; New York : Permanent Press, 1985).
> Fithian, Edward William, The life of Robin Hood, the celebrated
> outlaw; comprising an historical account of his birth, famous
> exploits, merry speeches, ballads, and gallant behaviour (London,
> Nicholson [1900?]).
> Gable, J. Harris, Bibliography of Robin Hood (Lincoln, Neb., 1939).
> Hargrove, Ely, Anecdotes of archery; from the earliest ages to the
> year 1791 (York, Hargrove, 1792). Including an account of the most
> famous archers of ancient and modern times; with some curious
> particulars in the life of Robert Fitz-Ooth Earl.
> Harris, Percy Valentine, The truth about Robin Hood ([6th ed.].
> ). Evidence of the hero's actual existence.
> Hilton, R.H., ed., Peasants, Knights, and Heretics: Studies in
> medieval social history, (Cambridge & N.Y.: Cambridge U.P., 1976).
> Series: Past and Present Publications.
> Holt, J. C. Robin Hood. London : Thames and Hudson, 1982. A very
> useful survey of the origins and development of the Robin Hood
> stories, with good illustrations and maps. New edition: Robin Hood -
> Revised and Enlarged Edition (Thames and Hudson Ltd, London, 1989;
> ISBN 0 500 27541 6).
> Keen, Maurice Hugh, The outlaws of medieval legend (Toronto,
> University of Toronto Press, 1961, reprinted in 1977).
> Knight, S., Robin Hood: A Complete Study of the English Outlaw.
> Oxford, Blackwell, 1994. 256pp, 24 b+w illustrations, 1 map.
> Malcomson, Ann., ed. Song of Robin Hood. Music arranged by Grace
> Castagnetta, designed and illustrated by Virginia Lee Burton.
> Mifflin Co., 1947, printed by The Riverside Press, Cambridge,
> Massachusetts. This is a volume of Robin Hood ballads arranged with
> the most "authentic" melodies the compilers had available. But what
> really sets the book apart are the incredible, fine black-and-white
> line drawings which grace every page in the most ornate profusion.
> Matthews, John, Robin Hood - Green Lord of the Wildwood. Gothic
> Publications. Somerset, 1993. ISBN 0-906362-24-5. It explores the
> relation between Robin Hood and the Faery (Puck, Robin Goodfellow),
> Herne, the Green Man, the May Day Games, and the Morris Dance.
> Miles, Bernard, Robin Hood, his life and legend (Illustrated by
> G. Ambrus, Chicago : Rand McNally, 1979). Victor G. Ambrus is an
> excellent illustrator. His arms and armour are not always absolutely
> right, but are usually pretty good; his heraldry is not always
> understood, but then heraldry for the Robin Hood stories is even
> hypothetical than that of the Arthurian tales. His horses are
> wonderful. The book is worth having just for the pictures, quite
> from Lord Myles' rather thoughtful commentary.
> Nelson, Malcolm A. (Malcolm Antony), The Robin Hood tradition in the
> English renaissance (Salzburg, Inst. f. Engl. Sprache u. Literatur,
> Univ. Salzburg, 1973).
> Robin Hood: The Man Behind the Myth (1995).
> Pringle, Patrick, Stand and Deliver: Highwaymen from Robin Hood to
> Dick Turpin Copyright 1991 Dorset Press. ISBN 0-88029-698-4. This
> is a
> very interesting book, but RH is discussed only on pp 13-15.
> Schroeck, Robert M. and Peggy, GURPS Robin Hood - Adventures in
> Sherwood Forest ... And Beyond. Steve Jackson Games. 1992. ISBN
> 1-55634-215-2. Although meant in the first place as a manual for
> playing a Robin Hood role playing campaign using the GURPS (Generic
> Universal RolePlaying System) system, it contains lots of useful
> background information on the Robin Hood legend.
> Siefker, Phyllis. Santa Claus, Last of the Wild Men. Robin Hood
> included in teh chapter on "Merrie Olde England: From Pagan to
> Stallybrass, Peter. "`Drunk with the Cup of Liberty': Robin Hood,
> Carnivalesque, and the Rhetoric of Violence in Early Modern
> Semiotica 54, no. 1/2 (1985): 113-145. Reprinted in The Violence of
> Rhetoric, edited by Nancy Armstrong and Leonard Tennenhouse. New
> Routledge, 1990. Here's an interesting account of the politics of
> Robin Hood in the sixteenth century.
> Walker, John William, The true history of Robin Hood (With illus. by
> Ethel W. Walker, [Wakefield] West Yorkshire Print. Co., 1952,
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