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  • Robin Hood And Allen A Dale
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    Why do individuals pass down stories orally instead of by writing Before the time period that writing even existed, individuals had no choice, but to express themselves orally. During this time, they passed down these stories from generation to generation, but there may have been some minor changes because of the misinterpretation of the readers of the stores. Another reason is that people love to hear and tell stories. There has not been a culture anywhere, at any time, in which individuals did...
  • Legend Of Robin Hood
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    Hero or Criminal Many people consider Robin Hood a hero. He was definitely a hero to the peasants of Nottingham. After all he stole from the rich and gave to the poor. If I were poor he would have been my hero, too. But to the rich people of Nottingham he was nothing more than a criminal. I'm sure I wouldn't think too highly of someone that stole my money. What Robin Hood never took into consideration was that even though the outcome was good the course of action he took wasn't right. So was he ...
  • Story Of Robin Hood Of Nottingham
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    Robin Hood's good traits are easily seen throughout the story. The author did a good job of making his hero come across as a good person, who has often been misinterpreted because of things that he did as a young boy. Showing the change Robin Hood has made since he was a little boy easily allows the reader to better understand how great he really is, and how he is helping not only himself, but all of the poorer community. Robin Hood was faced with issues from very early on in his life. His mothe...
  • Robin Hood And Little John
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    Robin Hood, the Animated Version The reason why I chose to do my paper on the movie Robin Hood is because it is funny and entertaining. This movie begins with a Rooster playing his banjo. Throughout the movie, the Rooster plays the part of the narrator, who tells the story of our animated friends Robin Hood, and Little John. As the story began, the two partners were running through the forest because they saw Prince John and his royal chariot coming to take more taxes away from the people of Not...
  • One Of The Robin Hood Themes
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    The themes of "Robin Hood" are many and complex. Robin hood has the theme of chivalry through out its pages. Every word empowers the average person to stand up to a evil government that oppresses its people. The themes are rich and interesting, that's what makes robin hood a good story. They deal with feelings and emotions that do really happen to average people. The themes have importance to us all and can be truly entertaining when done in a clever way. Robin Hood showed many of these signs of...
  • Stevenson In His Novel The Black Arrow
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    Ec holy Vue April 12, 1999 CP English IV Ms. Wade The Culture of Stevenson's Time The novel The Black Arrow, written by Robert Louis Stevenson, reflects the culture that was around in Robert Louis Stevenson's time. The legend of Robin Hood was very popular during Stevenson's time, with classic elements of good versus evil and the protagonist being the underdog. "Robert Louis Stevenson was one of the world's most popular and most versatile of writers (RLS 1)". Stevenson wrote many extraordinary n...
  • Puck And Robin Goodfellow
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    The History of a Hobgoblin web One of the most popular characters in English folklore of the last thousand years has been the faerie, goblin, devil or imp known by the name of Puck or Robin Goodfellow. The Welsh called him Pwca, which is pronounced the same as his Irish incarnation Phouka, Pooka or Puca. These are far from his only names. Parallel words exist in many ancient languages - puca in Old English, puk i in Old Norse, puke in Swedish, page in Danish, pucks in Low German, puk is in Latvi...
  • O The Size Of The Organization
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    What problems does Robin Hood have? Robin Hood is currently faced with an organization that is growing beyond its current resources and facilities. Additionally, a decline in watchfulness, alertness, and discipline are problems the organization is facing. What issues need to be addressed? o Size of the organization. The rapid increase in the size of the organization has caused it to outgrow its present facilities and its resources. o Increased expenses. Due to the size increase, the organization...
  • Success Of Robin And The Merrymen
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    Introduction Two years into his campaign against the Sheriff of Nottingham, Robin Hood was walking through Sherwood Forest. While walking Robin began to think of all of the problems he and his band of Merrymen were beginning to see. The numbers of his Merrymen were starting to rapidly increase. Along with this increase came a shortage of food. Furthermore travelers were beginning to travel around Sherwood Forest, cutting into the bands' looting revenues. With the Sheriff growing stronger by the ...

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