Robin Hood the Outlaw: Tales of Robin Hood by Alexandre Dumas: Book Two
The adventures that flowed from the pen of Alexandre Dumas are well loved. Less known today are his tales of Robin Hood. It is our pleasure to provide these two old works to a new public: readers of the 21st Century. English versions of The Prince of Thieves and Robin Hood the Outlaw have virtually disappeared from bookshelves; they are now edited, corrected, and made accessible to the world in print and e-formats, by the Reginetta Press.
This volume continues the story begun in The Prince of Thieves. Read more of Robin and Marian's romance, and learn of Robin's unlucky betrayal by a woman; of Robin's valiant leadership of the Merrie Men including Little John, Will Scarlett, and Friar Tuck; their battles against the Sheriff of Nottingham ─ and the craven Prince John. Outwitting crafty ecclesiastics along the way, Robin at last bows to King Richard Coeur-de-Lion.
Retold in Alfred Allinson's lush translation from the original French, the hero's adventure winds to a stirring conclusion.
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About the Author
Alexandre Dumas (1802-1870), one of the most universally read French authors, is best known for his extravagantly adventurous historical novels. As a young man, Dumas emerged as a successful playwright and had considerable involvement in the Parisian theater scene. It was his swashbuckling historical novels that brought worldwide fame to Dumas. Among his most loved works are The Three Musketeers (1844), and The Count of Monte Cristo (1846). He wrote more than 250 books, both Fiction and Non-Fiction, during his lifetime.