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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Robin Hood

Robin Hood is a tall man with broad shoulders and wears his blond hair and beard very long. Robin is skilled at sports and hunting, and is a very cunning man.

While still a youth of eighteen, Robin Hood encounters a man who makes fun of him and shoots an arrow at him while Robin is on his way to an archery contest. Robin quickly turns and shoots a return arrow at the man who is killed instantly. The local sheriff swears he will bring Robin to justice. As a result, Robin Hood is forced into exile. He creates a band of men who have been falsely accused of a crime, and they live in Sherwood Forest and rob those who are rich, giving the spoils to those who are poor and deserving.

He is a just and fair man, liked by all who follow him, and...

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