Robin Hood and Other Outlaw Tales

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Stephen Thomas Knight, Thomas H. Ohlgren
TEAMS, Jan 1, 2000 - Fiction - 723 pages
Continues the series providing important Middle English texts in affordable editions for teachers and students of the language and literature. The anthology contains all the known material on the outlaw in chronicles, ballads, and popular plays before 1600, full texts and excerpts of five 16th-century plays, a selection of broadside ballads and garlands from later periods, and prose translations of analogous French works. Glosses are in the wide margins, and additional notes are at the end of each piece. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR

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User Review  - antiquary - LibraryThing

This is a large anthology of material, chiefly about Robin Hood but including several stories of other outlaws. It overlaps with the other collection Medieval Outlaws in terms of the tales included ... Read full review

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Robin Hood was not known as a master of disguise, but you could be forgiven if this book makes you think otherwise. Disclaimer: I've published my own book about Robin Hood, so I have my own opinions ... Read full review

Contents

The Chroniclers Robin Hood
21
Early Ballads and Tales
31
Robin Hood Plays
269
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Stephen Knight is Professor of English Literature, Cardiff University, UK.

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