Robin Hood and Little John

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Pierce Egan the Younger 1814 6 July 1880 was an English journalist and novelist The son of Pierce Egan, the author of Life in London, he associated with his father in several of his works.Source Wikipedia Not to be confused with his father

[KINDLE] ❀ Robin Hood and Little John  By Pierce Egan the Younger –
  • Paperback
  • 296 pages
  • Robin Hood and Little John
  • Pierce Egan the Younger
  • English
  • 09 October 2019
  • 9781437105933

10 thoughts on “Robin Hood and Little John

  1. says:

    Second only to Ivanhoe.Pure melodrama, excitingly written, radical politics and democracy, sieges, chases through castles, bit set piece forest battles, and the story of Robin s life from birth to death Called tedious by some scholars but they probably just don t have the brain power to read a novel of half a million words Bias alert I am currently writing a biography of Egan the Youngerl.

  2. says:

    I was dissapointed by this book I was expecting a detailed version of the legend and of Robin Hood s battles with an ambigously evil Sheriff The story, while a lot richer in background and historic accuracy, was a bit of a let down in that sense The fighting between the Saxons and the Britons at the end is only vaguely satisfying.It also feels like the story changes tacks indecisively, like it can t decide whether it s focus is the numerous couples Marian s brother, Marian and Robin, Maude and Will or the political entanglements of the Saxons and the Britons The end is accordingly inconclusive, with Will a hostage and the situation in Gamwell Hall not only dismal but incomplete, as if the book not only has nothing to really say, but as if it had failed even at just describing the life and times of a few people put in remarkable situations It hints of , then abruptly stops short of Marian and Robin becoming seriously involved, after a war and after she was absent for an important portion of the book it feels like there is no payoff after following the story, not character wise or plot wise.I also have serious qualms with the character of Marian I hated how she abandoned Lance the bulldog after he essentially saved her from rape for all her purported kindness, leaving the ailing dog like she s forgotten about him casts a dark stain on her already iffy characterization as a silly girl incapable of calculating risks and remarkable only because she s very pretty Marguerite and particularly Maude Lindsay manage to save it from outright failing at honest female portrayal yes, Maude spends a lot of the book pining for Robin, but she is clever and resourceful, and important in furthering the plot due to it She also plays, interestingly enough, the part of sobering tendency to her suitor Will Scarlet, rejecting him because her feelings are unsure and his too intense While I m certain it would fail a Bechdel Test, it is fairly It was a fun read, and the action, the confrontations with outlaws and britons are heart pounding, but otherwise a little meandering and even pointless.

  3. says:

    La historia de Robin Hood constituy una leyenda inglesa, ubicada en el arbitrario interinato de Juan sin Tierra, mientras el Rey Ricardo Coraz n de Le n combat a en las Cruzadas Se transmiti por v a oral y en cantares, con posibles agregados creativos La primera versi n escrita que ha llegado a nuestro tiempo, y la m s difundida, es la que realiz Pierce Egan en 1772 en forma de fasc culos peri dicos Para la infancia, una fascinaci n ante el ingenio y astucia, y sobre todo, la pasi n por la justicia.

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