Guy of Gisbourne

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  • Wallace, Gamelyn And Robin Hood Analysis

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    The stories of Wallace, Gamelyn, and Robin Hood are medieval legends written by Maurice Keen in “The Outlaws of Medieval Legend.” Keen depicts the popular legends of medieval heroes who became outlaws during the thirteenth to fifteen centuries. He also defines the term outlaw, which is, a person who puts himself outside the protection of the law. What their attitudes and why were these outlaws worshiped as heroes? The reason varies in each story. Keen maintains the main theme of outlawry. Wallace

  • Why Is Robin Hood Bad

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    In the fight between Robin and Sir Guy of Gisborne, Robin fought honorably. In the fight, Robin generously handed the sword back to Sir Guy of Gisborne because he wanted to be nice and fight nicely. This shows his loyalty and respect for the Normans, even though they are dishonest and disrespectful. Another example of Robin and his merry

  • Robin Hood Greed

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    In the story Robin Hood, this story is about a character who has many adventures with his merry men. Robins merry adventures basically came into detail of how his life was, and who he really was. But like all great stories, they all come to an end, but we haven't gotten there yet so, that's put on hold. This story also comes into realization of how Robin Hood gave to the poor, but he also stole from the rich. How Robin helped people in need in all their problems and even when they were

  • Gail Sheehy's The Merry Adventures Of Robin Hood

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    Gail Sheehy said, “If we don't change, we don't grow. If we don't grow, we aren't really living.” Robin Hood starts as a character that gets picked on and pressured by others who has trouble understanding jokes and being warm and empathetic, but when he finally shows that he can be warm, make friends and take risks, he begins to change into an independent yet kind leader. These changes eventually lead to him to realizing that life as a yeoman in the forest is the best, and that is the life he wants

  • Descriptive Essay On Robin Hood

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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

  • Descriptive Essay On Robin Hood

    1180 Words  | 5 Pages

    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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