Roger L. Lancelyn Green's The Adventures Of Robin Hood

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Throughout history, including modern times, equality amongst citizens has been debatable. Many people argue that everyone was created equal, and deserves to live with similar wealth. Others will argue that wealth is earned, and the more successful the citizen is the more he should prosper. It depends on the prospective of the subject. Roger Lancelyn Green wrote a novel titled The Adventures of Robin Hood. In this novel, he tells stories of how outlaws and their leader Robin Hood. They were known for many different things, the most common thing they were known for was stealing from the wealthy citizens, and give to the less fortunate. Roger L. Green writes through the prospective that the outlaws’ actions are morally correct, therefore, excusing the crimes they committed. The outlaws’ were viewed as heroic criminals for their pursuit against the law to create unity and equality.…show more content…
According to the legend, Robin Hood was a rebel who lived in the woods, away from the law. A group of outlaws, known as the Merry Men, also lived in the woods with Robin. There was approximately twelve Merry Men, the most popular being Little John. They were not brutal, unless it was necessary. Robin, their leader, was very skilled in the field of archery, “No other archer was so good, and people called him Robin Hood (page 9-prologe)”. In many of the tales, Robin and his men are represented as robbers, and in certain circumstances, murders. However, they would never harm the poor, women, or anybody who was

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