When young Robin Hood commits a crime against the Sheriff of Nottingham, he is forced into hiding in Sherwood Forest. There he is joined by a group of colourful characters also escaping wrongful oppression. Along with Little John, Friar Tuck, Will Scarlet, and Tinker, Robin Hood and his Men get involved in many fine feasts and adventures, robbing the rich of their wealth and distributing it amongst the poor.
With this edition Howard Pyle renewed interest and excitement in Robin Hood and his men, while introducing elements that has influenced other writers, artists, and filmmakers ever since.
This edition is complete and unabridged, written in a colourful old English idiom and featuring sixty-nine of the author’s own decorations and illustrations.