Robin in the Greenwood: Ballads of Robin Hood Ian Serraillier

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Robin in the Greenwood: Ballads of Robin Hood  by  Ian Serraillier

Robin in the Greenwood: Ballads of Robin Hood by Ian Serraillier
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Beginning with the story of Robins birth, Ian Serraillier has retold the adventures of the legendary outlaw hero and the band of merry men who roamed the forest of Sherwood. His source is the midieval ballads which first chronicled Robin HoodsMoreBeginning with the story of Robins birth, Ian Serraillier has retold the adventures of the legendary outlaw hero and the band of merry men who roamed the forest of Sherwood. His source is the midieval ballads which first chronicled Robin Hoods exploits, and his swinging and vigorous verse captures all the liveliness, excitement and humor of the original.Besides Robin Hood, the stories tell of Little John who was seven feet high, the strapping Friar Tuck, the sheriff of Nottingham who was Robins great enemy, and the treacherous Guy of Gisborne.

There is the tale of Robins quarrel with Little John and what came out of it, the lesson taught to the greedy butchers, and the incident of the bishop who danced in his boots, as well as many other stories of the greenwood. The Last Arrow brings the account of bold Robin Hoods adventures to a fitting close.



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