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outlaws of medieval legend

by Maurice Hugh Keen

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • England.
    • Subjects:
    • Robin Hood (Legendary character) in literature.,
    • English literature -- Middle English, 1100-1500 -- History and criticism.,
    • Ballads, English -- England -- History and criticism.,
    • Romances, English -- History and criticism.,
    • Outlaws -- England -- History -- To 1500.,
    • Social history -- Medieval, 500-1500.,
    • Robin Hood (Legendary character),
    • Outlaws in literature.,
    • Legends -- England.,
    • England -- Social conditions -- 1066-1485.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-228) and index.

      StatementMaurice Keen.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR2129 .K4 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxi, 235 p. :
      Number of Pages235
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6783638M
      ISBN 100415236509, 0415239001
      LC Control Number00034481

      The outlaws of medieval legend. [Maurice Keen] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Keen. Find more information about: ISBN: Medieval outlaws and gender (34 items) by JakeLeg updated Robin Hood (45 items) by. Wonderfully written and beautifully presented, The Outlaws of Medieval Legend brings the popular heroes of the Middle-Ages to life. Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin, this book explains the popularity of these semi-mythical figures, and how their stories appealed to the common people of the Middle : Taylor And Francis.

      The matter of the Greenwood --The story of Hereward --The historical background of the Hereward legend --The romance of Fulk Fitzwarin --The romance of Eustace the monk --William Wallace and the Scottish outlaws --The tale of Gamelyn --The Robin Hood ballads (I) --The Robin Hood ballads (II) --The historical background of the Robin Hood ballads. The Outlaws of Medieval Legend Customer Review.

      CHAPTER THREE. OUTLAW ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ THE OUTLAWS OF MEDIEVAL ENGLAND are still the stuff of legend. Heroes who bestrode the greenwood, fearlessly wearing only tights and little short tunics that hardly covered their bottoms – the figure of the medieval outlaw has come to represent freedom and justice for the common man. The outlaws of medieval legend. [Maurice Hugh Keen] This fascinating book explains the popularity of the likes of Robin Hood and William Wallace, and many other lesser known rogues, # Outlaws--Great Britain--History\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.


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Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin, this book explains the popularity of these semi-mythical figures, and how their stories appealed to the common people of the Middle by:   Wonderfully written and beautifully presented, The Outlaws of Medieval Legend brings the popular heroes of the Middle-Ages to life.

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Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin.

Wonderfully written and beautifully presented, The Outlaws of Medieval Legend brings the popular heroes of the Middle-Ages to life.

Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin, this book explains the popularity of these semi-mythical figures, and how their stories appealed to the common people of the Middle Ages/5(46).

Wonderfully written and beautifully presented, The Outlaws of Medieval Legend brings the popular heroes of the Middle-Ages to life. Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin, this book explains the popularity of these semi-mythical figures, and how their stories appealed to the common people of the Middle Ages.

Since this book first appeared inthere has been a good deal of interest displayed by English historians in the subject of medieval outlaws and the Robin Hood legend. My book, and the views that I have expressed in it, have been the subject of criticism, some of it harsh and much of it, as I now recognise, fully justified.

The Outlaws of Medieval Legend Maurice Hugh Keen Limited preview - The Outlaws of Medieval Legend Maurice Keen Limited preview - All Book Search results » About the author () Maurice Keen is Tutor in Medieval History, and Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford University.

He lives in the United Kingdom.3/5(2). Professor Glyn Burgess, in the introductions to his new translations of their two romances, Two Medieval Outlaws (), has brought together a much fuller and more informed account than I offer of the lives and landed interests of the historical figures on whom these stories are : Maurice Keen.

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Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin, this book explains the popularity of these semi-mythical figures, and how their stories.

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Books Go Search Hello Select your /5(3). Robin Hood is probably the most well-known outlaw of medieval times. But he is also a legend, at best a hybrid, idealized version of the outlaws at large in England between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries.

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Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin, this book explains the popularity of these semi-mythical figures, and how their stories appealed to the common people of the Middle Ages.

Long. Hereward is portrayed as a prototype Robin Hood, but also as a drug-taking, psychopathic arsonist, in Mike Ripley's novel The Legend of Hereward the Wake ().

Brainbiter: The Saga of Hereward the Wake, by Jack Ogden, pub. ; Conquest by Stewart Binns () is an historical novel covering Hereward's life in dramatic and bloody : c.Lincolnshire.Outlaws of Medieval Legend also looks into the possibility of Robin Hood being a real living person, even if their reality differed from that of the Robin Hood Stories.

Besides that it explores the sociological reasons that the Robin Hood and other British outlaw legends and historical figures were so popular during the middle ages and continue to be so to this day.Wonderfully written and beautifully presented, The Outlaws of Medieval Legend brings the popular heroes of the Middle-Ages to life.

Featuring both famous - Robin Hood and William Wallace - and now forgotten rogues such as Gamelyn and Fulke Fitzwarin, this book explains the popularity of these semi-mythical figures, and how their stories appealed.