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Robin Hood

Paul Creswick

Book Overview: 

Recounts the life and adventures of Robin Hood, who, with his band of followers, lived as an outlaw in Sherwood Forest dedicated to fight against tyranny.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .ing had been made in the centre of it, and huge wooden stands had been built about this circle. They were covered finely with cloth of red and gold; and many flags and banners were flying above the tops and about the stands.

The blare and discord of trumpets rang out over the noise of the people. A great clamor of voices betokened the arrival of some great man at the front of the chief stand.

"The Sheriff has arrived," cried Stuteley, who knew the ways at these affairs. "Hear how the people do cheer him! For sure he must be a man well liked——"

"These fellows will applaud anyone who has power and office," said Warrenton, scornfully. "Master Monceux is not beloved of them, for all that. But hasten, or we shall be shut out. Already they are closing the gates."

The clouds were heavy and grey, and a few large drops of rain began to patter down.

"Look to our bows, Warrenton," cried Robin, in alarm.

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Community Reviews

I grew up with all the knowledge of Robin Hood, as my Uncle is a huge Robin Hood afficianado... I knew who all the Merry Men were, saw all the films, he even had a little old play set of Robin Hood (we girl cousins fought over who got to be Maid Marion), and I don't know how many times I have seen t

A middle-of-the-road tale of Robin Hood that holds many classic Nottingham adventures, this book is nevertheless bogged down by a slow start, where the writer lingers too long in Robin's childhood. The latter half of the book is where the tale gets into its stride, and worth the origin story drudger

This was a very middling retelling of the Robin Hood legend. It pretty much spans his entire life and has all the tropes we have come to expect. But nothing really sets it apart or makes it particularly unique.

Obviously, the story here is familiar. This is not a re-imagining of Robin Hood, it's a simple re-telling, a collection of many of the original tales in a single place.

The first thing any reader will notice is the style. This book was written in the early 20th century, but it written in a deliberate

Kisah Robin Hood ini memang selalu asyik ditonton. Tapi beda ceritanya jika membaca bukunya ini. Kalau menurut saya sih lebih bagus versi bukunya drpd versi filmnya manapun.

Dengan setting era medieval jaman kekuasaan Henry II akan berakhir dan dimulainya era Richard the Lionheart, kisah Robin Hood i

While the book's episodes are entertaining in themselves, and it is certainly interesting to see how the aspects of the Robin Hood legend that are emphasized in each retelling change with the era (in this particular version, the story is much more sympathetic to the upper classes, and we don't see a

This story right here was LEGENDARY. Get it? Because it's about a legend? Nevermind...
This tale, published in 1902, is like taking a journey into the past. The language is beautiful old English, with words like forsooth, prithee, and belabor. But, holy cow, does Paul Creswick do an amazing job. From

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