Friday, September 27, 2013

Classics Retold: Reoccuring themes in Robin Hood

the Classics Retold project hosted by Alison @ The Cheap Reader, Alyssa @ Books Take You Places, Charlene @ Bookish Whimsy, Wendy @ Excellent Library, Brittany @ Book Addict's Guide. Alison @ The Cheap Reader came up with this idea after project Fairy Tale was such a huge hit. She tweaked the challenge a bit to include classic books and their adaptations. 

Day 3 Question:  What were some Reoccuring Themes from your classic?

Many of the novels and movies I watched had the same concept of who Robin Hood was. Robin Hood was a bold outlaw that robbed from the rich to give to the poor. He never got caught and he had a group of followers.

Robin Hood was always very courageous and willing to do what it takes to help the people of Nottingham.

Little John was a woodsmen that met Robin and he was also very brave.

While Will Scarlet was Robin Hood's Right Hand Man. He was always by Robin Hood's side and ready to fight.

Friar Tuck was in a lot of ways the same also. He was the one that offered guidance and didn't like violence.

Maid Marian was not in all versions of the story, but she was most often the girl who needed to be rescued.

Robin Hood lived in Sherwood Forest and provided for the people of Nottingham. The people of Nottingham relied on Robin Hood and loved him for his effort.

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