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THE MERRY ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD Howard Pyle

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THE MERRY ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD Howard Pyle

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By Howard Pyle. The story of the traditional outlaw and hero of English ballads. His chief haunt was Sherwood Forest, in Nottinghamshire. The story tells of his personal courage, his skill in archery, his generosity and his great popularity. Legend has that he robbed the rich and gave to the poor, and protected women and children. Very Good-. Cover is bright and has some wear to it's extremities. The inside endpaper is cracked and some binding is cracked.

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The story of the traditional outlaw and hero of English ballads. His chief haunt was Sherwood Forest, in Nottinghamshire. The story tells of his personal courage, his skill in archery, his generosity and his great popularity. Legend has that he robbed the rich and gave to the poor, and protected women and children.

Note: This is an out of print, used and/or rare item. Very Good-. Cover is bright and has some wear to it's extremities. The inside endpaper is cracked and some binding is cracked. 

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Item Code RB1296
Publisher Charles Scribner's Sons
Publish Date 1923
Print Status Out of Print
Condition Very Good-. Cover is bright and has some wear to it's extremities. The inside endpaper is cracked and some binding is cracked.
Binding Hard Cover
Dimensions 8x10
# Pages 296pgs
Color Text/b&w
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