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ENGL 197: Steal From the Rich: Robin Hood in Literature and Film (Blurton, Fall 2021): Home

Robin Hood in Literature and Film

The English Archer, or, Robin Hood's Garland. Printed and sold by M. Morgan, [1780?]

Public domain image. Source: Eighteenth Century Collections Online

Assignment

Your assignment is to find a scholarly article or book chapter that discusses one of the medieval Robin Hood ballads that you have just read, or that relates to the medieval Robin Hood tradition more generally. You will be writing up a synopsis and response and presenting your research to the class.

The resources listed here represent a very small selection from the vast number of resources available to you through the UCSB Library, but exploring them should give you a good start. Use the blue tabs above to navigate through the guide. Please contact me if you'd like help with your research!

“Webb's Scenes & Characters in Robin Hood,” London (W. Webb), circa 1850."

Public domain image. Source: Wikimedia Commons

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