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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

By: Pyle, Howard Editions, Mint(Contributions by)

Part of the Mint Editions series
1513266616 / 9781513266619
Paperback / softback
Stock expected by 26/08/2022
United States
127 x 203 mm 258 pages
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Robin Hood is a lovable outlaw, who along with his band of Merry Men, become famous for their frequent escapades with friends and foes alike.

He is constantly at odds with authority, specifically the Sheriff of Nottingham, who's committed to making him pay for his crimes. After a clash with locals, Robin Hood becomes a wanted man evading the efforts the nefarious Sheriff of Nottingham.

Despite many attempts, the infamous bandit manages to avoid capture and enlist multiple Merry Men, including Little John, Friar Tuck and Allan a Dale.

Throughout his travels, Robin uses his superior archery skills to protect himself and others from potential threats.

With his charm and wit, he navigates a series of challenges leading to the ultimate absolution. Pyle's retelling enforces the narrative of an English outlaw who becomes a beloved hero.

He refrains from early characterization that portrayed Robin Hood as a self-serving thief with few redeeming qualities.

By having a moral compass, the author made him palatable to a broader audience, particularly children.

The book was an overwhelming success and inspired multiple adaptions including television and feature films. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood is both modern and readable.


YFC Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage), YFJ Traditional stories (Children's / Teenage), YFN Family & home stories (Children's / Teenage), YXF Personal & social issues: family issues (Children's / Teenage)

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