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life and times of Robin Hood

Blairtummock School (Glasgow)

life and times of Robin Hood

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by Blairtummock School (Glasgow)

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Published by [Blairtummock School, in association with the Childrens" Librarian"s Department, Glasgow District Libraries] in [Glasgow] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the children of Blairtummock School ; edited and compiled by Janet Simpson & Frances Anderson.
ContributionsSimpson, Janet., Anderson, Frances., Glasgow District Libraries. Young Peoples" Services Department.
The Physical Object
Pagination80 leaves :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19796970M

Robin Hood, alias Locksley, rollicking king of the forest outlaws, is a legendary figure who allegedly robbed the rich to give to the poor. He represents defiance against law and order and helps the "good" or "better" against the wicked. He is skilled in archery and lives by being quick-witted and daring. Robin Hood's Larder (also known as the Butcher's Oak, the Slaughter Tree and the Shambles Oak) was a veteran tree in Sherwood Forest that measured 24 feet ( m) in circumference. The tree had long been hollow and is reputed to have been used by the legendary outlaw Robin Hood and others as a larder for poached meat. It was badly burnt by fire in the late 19th century and .

  Why a New Robin Hood Arises Every Generation Troubled times always bring out the noble bandit who, in the face of tyranny and corruption, robs from the Author: James Deutsch.   Once he turns Robin Hood and raises a rebel band of farmers (''The British Empire had supplied me with no shortage of candidates these was men who had had their leases denied for no other crime.

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