Friday, 8 June 2012

Robin Hood By Ainhoa 6ºA

Robin Hood is the legendary hero of English ballads, who robbed and church leaders, arranged to deliver part of the loot to poor, needy and oppressed.
It is between the late fourteenth and early fifteenth century, it is doubtful whether it was a real or legendary.
But he is described as a hunter who lived in the royal forests of Sherwood, in Nottinghamshire, and Barnsdale, in Yorkshire.
The narrative work that circulates to this day is anonymous. It's kind of epic comprising more than thirty ballads, compiled under the name The Gest of Robin Hood, and printed around 1500, accounting for several passages in the life of the protagonist.
In naming his band Friar Tuck, Little John and Will Scarlet, as members.
Address the social conditions medieval Robin Hood defended and was the hero (antihero) of the needy.

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