Remembering the outlaw in Medieval England: the emergence of the Robin Hood legend.
thesisposted on 2017-02-27, 23:28 authored by Kos, Charles Robert
This thesis explores the origins and development of the legends about Robin Hood between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries. It argues that they were shaped by memories of political and social events and of particular individuals in the early thirteenth century, subsequently transformed over time.
Principal supervisorConstant Mews
Year of Award2014
Department, School or CentreSchool of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies
CourseDoctor of Philosophy
FacultyFaculty of Arts
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