The Battle to Possess Sherwood
Journal of American Folklore
Robin Hood, Robin Hood legend, Sherwood Forest, fairy tales, folklore
Arts and Humanities
Focuses on the modern impact on the legend of Robin Hood and the history of Robin Hood scholarship as an outgrowth and a reassessment of that impact, as described by Norman Cantor. Robin Hood as a folkloric trickster-hero; Predominant strands of Robin Hood scholarship.
Published as The Battle to Possess Sherwood, The Journal of American Folklore 109.434 (1996) 437-440. © 2004 by the Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois
Perry, Evelyn M.. "The Battle to Possess Sherwood." Journal of American Folklore 109, no. 434 (1996): 437-440. Accessed at https://digitalcommons.framingham.edu/eng_facpub/51
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