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Young Robin Hood

George Manville Fenn

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Ever wonder how Robin Hood became Robin Hood? Well, now you can read how a young boy was molded into the famous hero who "robbed from the rich and gave to the poor". This imaginative story gives zesty details into the development and growth of the famous Robin Hood

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Book Excerpt: 
. . . some minutes neither spoke.

At last the big boy said, in a low, growling way:

"Now then, are you going to give me them things?"

"No," said Robin, through his set teeth; and again there was silence.

"You give 'em to me, and I'll show you the way to where they live and they'll give you roast deer and roast pig p'raps, for two of ourn's gone. Master says he counted 'em, and they aren't all there, and he wales me with a strap because I let them take the pigs, and next time he counts 'em there's more than there was before, but he's whipped me all the same. You give me them things, and I'll take you where you'll get lots to eat, and milk and eggs and apples. D'yer hear?"

"I won't give them to you. I can't—I mustn't," cried Robin passionately.

The boy said nothing, but looked away at his pigs, two of which were fighting.

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This was a rather unexpected version of Robin Hood, still true to the legend but from a different starting point. When it says young it doesn't mean a child, I gathered from the reading he was in his late teens.

The years pass by quite quickly over only a few pages rather than documenting the long j

This was an adorable story and different from what I expected from the title. If you like the story of Robin Hood, you'll most likely love "Young Robin Hood" It's a good story to read in an afternoon or two.
Everything I have read by George Manville Fenn has been excellent.

I had expected this to be a tale of Robin Hood himself when he was young. Instead, this is a sweet little adventure about a little boy who comes to stay with Robin Hood's gang. Kind of the type of fantasy I would imagine most boys would dream up, spending time learning to shoot arrows with Little J

So very very boring. Bland flat characters who's actions don't make a lot of sense. Young robins reaction to the who situation is much to happy go lucky. It doesn't make sense, him taking all this outlaw stuff in stride, especially if he's the son of the sheriff. Maybe the kid is slow?

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