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    The legend of Robin Hood had been here for more than 1,000 years and it is still popular to this day. Robin Hood and his Merry men are outlaws, but they stole from the rich to help out the poor. Robin Hood and his Merry men are more like knights of the round table, there are 3 reasons why. The first reason are that the defend the weak and helpless, Robin Hood and his Merry men protect them from the bad guys. For example, When the men got caught for shooting king’s deer, Robin Hood came in protected

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    Kaiser Fry English 3, Period 7 Mrs. Jardine 4 December 2017 Robin Hood: Hero or Thief? The legend of Robin Hood is a controversial story of a “hero” who robbed from the rich and gave it to the poor, glorifying criminal behavior. This English folktale is about a heroic outlaw who would steal from the rich and give to the poor. Robin Hood was a skilled archer and swordsman who is traditionally depicted in green clothing. Robin Hood is seen as both a hero and a criminal, based on one’s opinion. He robbed

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    When some people hear of robin hood they think of the disney cartoon. But the disney cartoon/ movie is not the real story about him. A lot of people know him through movies, shows, ballads, and poems. Most people don’t know that those movies, poems, shows, etc. are actually based on a real person. Robin Hood existed back in the medieval times. Robin Hood was originally was called “robert hood” but everyone changed it to robin hood because they liked it better. Robin Hood was around during the medieval

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    Robin Hood was never real and is just an idea that motivated change. The story of Robin Hood has been change throughout the world many many times. The stories depict him as dashing person who took form the rich and gave to the poor. There is very little we know about him because it has been altered from generation to generation. The story does have some historical accuracy. “The legend of Robin Hood rose out of the chaos of the reign of King John of England, during the early thirteenth century.”(1)

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    The famous 15th century thief with a heart of gold, Robin Hood, is a familiar and beloved character even today. This popularity stems from the essential questions that Robin’s stories ask, such as, what happens to justice when faith and law become institutionalised? Often in these tales the unfortunate answer is that true faith and justice degrades under power. So it falls to the likes of Robin and his men to uphold the values they believe in themselves; without the guidance of the “experts” who

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    Robin Hood: Facts and Fiction We all know the legend of the man who called himself Robin Hood. Robin Hood was in a green suit with a hood and liked to help the poor. He is known for his excellent skills with a bow and arrow and his awesome skills with a sword. The question is Robin Hood really true or is it all just made up is the big question. Is the myth and the legend of Robin Hood true or is it all a story made up by people a long time ago. We all know the answers we are looking

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    Robin Hood Robin Hood was a skilled man who stole from the rich to give to the poor, which some people viewed it as criminal, while others considered it heroic, whose story would later become manipulated throughout time and history. The earliest possible English record of Robin Hood shows up in legal records referring to criminals as “Robehod” and “Rabunhod”. These were common characteristic descriptions during that time. The first literary mention of Robin Hood appears in the fourteenth and fifteenth

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    What problems does Robin Hood have? What issues need to be addressed? Robin Hood is facing numerous problems and issues, but I think the most pressing problem is the fact that the band of Merrymen has far outgrown the available resources in Sherwood Forest. Robin Hood’s faith in succeeding by strength in numbers is quickly becoming a contributor to their downfall. Income is low at this point as well, so purchasing supplies, whether near or far, will soon become impossible. If the men aren’t fed

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    Robin Hood is a rebel. He would rob from the Robin Hood is a rebel. He would rob from the rich to give to the poor I can relate to him because his heart was in the right place. He was giving to those less fortunate and I try to have a giving heart. Every day I look for someone in need so that I could give. It made me feel good when I did. Robin Hood didn't like the fact that the king created a tax that would make the rich richer and the poor poorer. Robin Hood way of protesting it was to steal from

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    Most people have heard about Robin Hood, and perhaps know his motto of, “Steal from the rich and give to the poor,” but many don’t know how Robin Hood came to be, or where his merry men came from. Robin Hood discusses the origin of the famed outlaw, as well as all of his adventures with the sheriff and other greedy fellows. From his outlaw beginning, we see his band work together to defeat the tricky sheriff of Nottingham, money hogging monks, and other bad guys, all while staying true to their idea

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