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                                    ROBYN HODE PROJECT: PRINCIPAL EDITIONS OF THE BALLADS

Child, Francis James. English and Scottish Ballads. Vol. 3; first printed 1882-1892. Reprinted
NY: Dover, 1965. (Robbins PR1181 .C53e)

Dobson, R.B. and J. Taylor. Rhymes of Robin Hood. London: W. and J. Mackay Limited,
1976. (Robbins PR2129 .D6 1976)

Evans, Thomas. Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative, with Some of Modern Date. London:
T. Evans, 1777. (Rare PR1181 .E92o 1784)

Gutch, John Mathew. A Lytell Geste of Robin Hode. London: Longman, Brown, Green, &
Longmans, 1847. (Robbins PR2125 .G98)

Percy, Thomas. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. 1765; rpt. London: Bohn, 1864. (Robbins
PR1181 .P43r 1864)

Ritson, Joseph. Robin Hood: A Collection of all the Ancient Poems, Songs and Ballads. 2
vols. London: William Pickering, 1832. (Robbins PR2125 .R61r2)

Roxburghe Ballads. 2 vols. London: Reeves and Turner, 1873-74. (Stacks PR1181 .R88r)
 

OTHER EDITIONS:

Allingham, William. The Ballad Book: A Selection of the Choicest British Ballads. London:
Macmillan, 1865. (Stacks PR1181 .A43b)

Ebbutt, M.I. Hero-myths & Legends of the British Race. New York: T.Y. Crowell &
Company, 1910. (Including illustrations by J.H.F. Bacon, Byam Shaw, W.H. Margetson, Patten
Wilson, and Gertrude Demain Hammond.) (Robbins PN683 .E22)

Jamieson, Robert. Popular Ballads and Songs. 2 vols. Edinburgh: A. Constable and Co., 1806.
(Contains three Robin Hood ballads as well as first printing of "Robin Hood and the Monk.")
(Stacks PR1191 .J32p)

Lang, Andrew. The Book of Romance. New York: Longmans, Green, 1902. (Includes
illustrations by H.J. Ford.) (Rare PZ8.1 .L25b)

Leach, MacEdward. The Ballad Book. New York: Harper, 1955. (Dobson and Taylor call this
"the most useful large modern anthology, including many American versions and variants of Robin
Hood and other ballads." No copy in library.)

Quiller-Couch, Arthur. The Oxford Book of Ballads. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1920.
(Includes modernizations of the Gest, as well as eleven other Robin Hood ballads.) (Stacks
PR1181 .O98).
 

HISTORICAL SOURCES RELATED TO THE BALLADS:

Fuller, Thomas. Worthies of England. London: Allen & Unwin, 1952. (Robin Hood is treated as
a "worthy" of Nottinghamshire. First published in 1662.) (Stacks DA28 .F96hA)

Grafton, Richard (d. 1572?). Grafton's Chronicle; or, History of England. 2 vols. London: J.
Johnson, 1809. (Discusses Robin Hood's title of Earl of Huntington [I, 221].) (Robbins DA130
.G74)

Hall, Edward (1499?-1547). Hall's Chronicle: The Union of the Two Noble and Illustre
Famelies of Lancastre and Yorke, 1548. London: J. Johnson, 1809. (Describes the Mayings of
Henry VIII; claims that Henry was entertained by Robin Hood with shooting matches.) (Robbins
DA332 .H23)

Stow, John (1525?-1605). Annales, or, A Generall Chronicle of England. London: Richard
Meighen, 1631. (Robbins DA30 .S89a)

Warner, William. Albion's England. London: Printed for G.P., 1612. (Rare DA30 .W28a 1612)
 

ROBIN HOOD IN MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE LITERATURE:

Adam de la Halle (ca. 1235-ca. 1288). The play of Robin and Marion = Le jeu de Robin et
Marion, Medieval Folk Comedy Opera in One act. Boston: C.C. Birchard, 1928. (Written and
composed for the court of Robert, Count of Artois; reconstructed by Jean Beck; original old
French with an English translation by J. Murray Gibbon.) (Sibley/Csstk M1503 .A197R)

Drayton, Michael. Poly-olbion. In The Works of Michael Drayton. Ed. J. William Hebel. Vol.
3. Oxford: B. Blackwell, 1931. (Stacks PR2255 .H44w v.3)

Greene, Robert. George a Greene. London: Oxford University Press, 1911. (Stacks PR2411
.G34c)

Jonson, Ben. The Sad Shepherd. Ed. W.W. Greg. Louvain: A. Uystpruyst, 1905. (An unfinished
pastoral comedy. Includes Waldron's continuation.) (Stacks PR2618 .A1g)

Look About You. 1600; rpt. New York: AMS Press, 1970. (First printed 1600. Issued for
subscribers by the editor of the Tudor Facsimile Texts, 1912.) (Stacks PR2411 .L86a)

Manly, John Matthews. Specimens of Pre-Shakespearean Drama. 2 vols. New York: Ginn and
Co., 1897. (Prints the three surviving fragments of the earliest Robin Hood plays; "Robin Hood
and the Knight," "Robin Hood and the Friar," and "Robin Hood and the Potter" also appear in
Child and in Ritson.) (Robbins and Stacks PR1262 .M27s)

Munday, Anthony (1553-1633). The Death of Robert, Earl of Huntington. Oxford: Oxford
University Press, 1967. (First printed 1601.) (Stacks PR2324 .D28m 1967)

----------. The Downfall of Robert Earl of Huntingdon. Oxford: Malone Society Reprints,
1965. (Facsimile of the 1601 edition.) (PR2324 .D74n 1965)

Peele, George. Chronicle of Edward I. London: Oxford University Press, 1911. (A play in
which Robin and his men appear as characters. First printed 1593.) (Stacks PR2734 .K54m)
 

MAJOR AUTHORS

Dryden, John. Miscellany Poems. 5th ed. London: J. Tonson, 1727. (Vol. 6 contains "An Old
Ballad of Bold Robin Hood.") (Rare PR3412 .A1727)

Hunt, Leigh. The Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt. Ed. H.S. Milford. London: Oxford University
Press, 1923. (Contains ballads of Robin Hood, written by Hunt.) (Stacks PR 4810 .M64p)

Keats, John. "Robin Hood: To a Friend." In Complete Poems. Ed. Jack Stillinger. Cambridge,
Massachusetts: Belknap Press, 1982. (Stacks PR4831 .S65c)

Peacock, Thomas Love. Maid Marion and Crotchet Castle (1822). London: Macmillan and
Co., 1927. (Maid Marian was first published in 1822.) (Stacks PR5162 .M21s 1927)

Scott, Sir Walter. Ivanhoe, A Romance. Ed. Rossiter Johnson. New York: Arundel, 1876.
(Stacks PR5318 .A11j)

Tennyson, Alfred. The Foresters, Robin Hood and Maid Marion. London: Macmillan, 1892.
(Micro-print PR1271 .E58)

White, T. H. The Sword in the Stone. New York: Putnam's, 1939.
 
 

OTHER ADAPTATIONS OF THE ROBIN HOOD STORY:

Brathwayte, Richard. Barnabee's Journal: Drunken Barnaby's Four Journeys to the North of
England. London: T. and J. Allman, 1822. (First published 1638. Contains descriptions of Robin
Hood's Well in Sherwood Forest.) (Stacks PR2214 .B82d 1822)

Betjemann, Gilbert R. The Babes in the Wood, or, Harlequin Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
London: J. Miles, 1867? (Micro-print PR1271 .E58)

Blamire, Larry. Robin Hood. Boston: Baker's Plays, 1991. (Robbins PS3552.L355 R63 1991).

Brooke, Mrs. Frances (Moore). Marion: A Comic Opera in Two Acts. Performed at the
Theatre-Royal in London. Composed and selected by W. Shield. London: Longman and
Broderip, 1788. (Sibley//Rare M1503 .S555M)

Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley. Robin Hood; or, the Forester's Fate: An Extravaganza--Carte
de visite. London: T. H. Lacy, 1862. (Not in library.)

De Koven, Reginald, 1859-1920. Maid Marian. Libretto by Harry B. Smith. New York: E.
Schuberth, 1901. (Vocal score of a comic opera in three acts). (Micro-Print PR1271 .E58)

Drake, Shannon. Damsel in Distress. New York: Avon Books, 1992. (Stacks PS 3554>R198
D3 1992)

Drinkwater, John. Robin Hood and the Pedlar in: The Collected Plays. 2 vols. London:
Sidgwick and Jackson, 1925. I: 323-47. (Stacks PR6007 .D78 1925)

Fitzball, Edward. Robin Hood, or, The Merry Outlaws of Sherwood: A Dramatic Equestrian
Spectacle in Three Acts. London: T.H. Lacy, 1860. (Micro-print PR1271 .E58)

Gaultier, Bon [pseudonym of Sir Theodore Martin and William Edmonstoune Ayntoun]. "Little
John and the Red Firar: A Lay of Sherwood." In The Book of Ballads. London: William
Blackwood and Sons, 1874. Pp. 165-78. (Stacks PR4984 .M379b 1874)

Gildersleeve, Stewart. "Robin Hood, The Outlawed Earl." Beadle's Half-Time Library, vol. IV,
no. 98. New York: Beadle and Adams, 1879. (Micro/Film B4 .H3 no. 98)

Godwin, Parke. Sherwood. New York: William Morrow, 1991. (Stacks PS3557.O316 S5
1991)

Goodyer, F.R. Once Upon a Time, or, A Midsummer Night's Dream in Merrie Sherwood:
Fairy Extravaganza. Nottingham: Allen, 1868. (Produced at the Theatre-Royal, Nottingham,
April 13, 1868). (Micro-print PR1271 .E58)

Hoffmann, Daniel G. "A Little Geste," Sewanee Review 66 (1958): 637-48. (Robbins Offprints
and AP2 .S513)

James, George Payne Rainsford. Forest Days: A Romance of Old Times. London: Saunders
and Otley, 1843. (Rare ZZ6030 .J43)

MacNally, Leonard. Robin Hood; or Sherwood Forest: A Comic Opera. Performed at Covent
Garden. London: J. Almon, 1784.

Montgomery, W.H. Harlequin Robin Hood and Little John, or, Merrie England in the Olden
Time. Arranged by T. Greenwood, composed by W.H. Montgomery. London: Star Press, 1844.
(Micro-print PR1271 .E58)

Newbolt, Henry. The Greenwood: A Collection of Literary Readings Relating to Robin
Hood. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1925. (Includes Thomas Love Peacock's Maid
Marion). (Stacks PR2127.N57g)

Oxenford, John and G.A. Macfarren. Robin Hood: An Opera in Three Acts (1860). London:
Brewer, 1860. (Micro-print PR1271 .E58)

Parry, Edward Abbott. "Robin Hood, the Brigand." Chapter 5 in Vagabonds All. New York:
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. Pp. 83-107. (Stacks HV 6944.8 .P26v)

Pyle, Howard. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood. New York: Dover, 1968. (Stacks
PS2670 .M57s)

Reece, Robert. Little Robin Hood, or, Quite a New Beau!: An Original Anti-Historical
Burlesque. London: T.H. Lacy, 1871. (Micro-print PR1271 .E58)

Rhead, Louis. Robin Hood. New York: Children's Classics; Distributed by Crown Publishers,
1988. (Originally published in 1912 as Bold Robin Hood and His Outlaw Band). (Robbins
PZ8.1 .R37 Ro 1988)

Taylor, Timothy. Elaine the Fair. Jacksonville, North Carolina: Horseshoe Press, 1991.

Thorn, Geoffrey. Babes in the Wood, or, Bold Robin Hood and His Foresters Good. N.p.:
n.p., 1890? English and American Drama of the 19th Century Series. (Microprint PR1271 .E98)

Trease, Geoffrey. Bows Against the Barons. Moscow: Cooperative Publishing Society of
Foreign Workers in the U.S.S.R., 1934. (Robbins PZ8.1 R55 T74)
 

                          SELECTED CRITICISM

Alexander, James W. "Ranulf III of Chester: An Outlaw of Legend?" Neuphilologische
Mitteilungen 83 (1982): 152-157. (Robbins PB5 .N49)

Barry Edward. Thèse de littérature sur les vicissitudes et les transformations du cycle
populaire de Robin Hood. Paris: Rignous, 1832. (Stacks PR2129 .B27t)

Bellamy, John. "The Coterel Gang: An Anatomy of Fourteenth Century Criminals." English
Historical Review 79 (1964): 698-717. (Robbins Offprints and DA 20 .E584)

----------. Crime and Public Order in England in the Later Middle Ages. London: Routledge
and Kegan Paul, 1973. (Robbins HV6943 .B44 1973)
----------. Robin Hood: An Historical Inquiry. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1985.
(Robbins PR2129 .B4 1985)

Brockman, B.A. "Children and the Audiences of Robin Hood." South Atlantic Review 48.2
(1983): 67-83. (Robbins Offprints)

Crook, David. "The Sheriff of Nottingham and Robin Hood: the Genesis of the Legend?"
Thirteenth Century England II. Ed. P.R. Coss and S.D. Lloyd. Woodbridge: Boydell, 1988.
(Robbins DA225 .T53 1988)

Fowler, C.C. A Literary History of the Popular Ballad. Durham, North Carolina: Duke
University Press, 1968. (Robbins PR507 .F78L)

Hanawalt, Barbara. Crime and Conflict in English Communites 1300-1348. Cambridge,
Massachusetts: 1979. (Robbins HV6949 .E5 H35)

--------. "Ballads and Bandits: Fourteenth Century Outlaws and the Robin Hood Poems." In
Chaucer's England: Literature in Historical Context. Ed. Barbara Hanawalt. Minneapolis:
University of Minnesota Press, 1992. Pp. 154-75.

Hobsbawm, E.J. Bandits. New York: Delacorte Press, 1969. (Stacks HV6441 .H68b)

Hoffman, Dean A. "'With the Shot Y Wyll/Alle Thy Lustes to Full-Fyl': Archery as Symbol in the
Early Ballads of Robin Hood." Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 86.4 (1985): 494-505. (Robbins
PB5 .N49).

Holt, J.C., Robin Hood. Rvsd. and enlarged ed. London: Thames and Hudson, 1989. (Robbins
PR2129 .H64)

Kaeuper, R.W. "An Historian's Reading of the Tale of Gamelyn," Medium Aevum 52 (1983):
51-62. (Robbins PB 1 .M49)

Keen, Maurice Hugh. The Outlaws of Medieval Legend. Rvsd ed. London: Routledge and
Kegan Paul, 1977. (Robbins and Stacks PR2129 .K4 1977)

Kevelson, Roberta. Inlaws/Outlaws: A Semiotics of Systemic Interaction: "Robin Hood" and
the "King's Law." Bloomington: Indiana University and Lisse: The Peter De Ridder Press, 1977.
(Stacks PR2129 .K48)

Knight, Stephen. Robin Hood: A Complete Study of the English Outlaw. Oxford: Blackwell,
1994. (Robbins PR 2129 .K58 1994)

MacLean, Sally-Beth. "King Games and Robin Hood: Play and Profit at Kingston upon Thames."
Research Opportunities in Renaissance Drama 29 (1986-87): 85-94. (Robbins Offprints).

Maddicott, J.R. "The Birth and Setting of the Ballads of Robin Hood." English Historical
Review 93 (1978): 276-99. (Robbins Offprints)

Nagy, Joseph Falaky. "The Paradoxes of Robin Hood." Folklore 91.2 (1980): 198-210.
(Robbins Offprints)

Nelson, Malcom A. The Robin Hood Tradition in the English Renaissance. Salzburg:
Universitat Salzburg, 1973. (Robbins PN2129 .N4 1973)

Parker, David. "Popular Protest in 'A Gest of Robin Hood.'" MLQ 32 (1971): 3-20. (Robbins
Offprints)

Peasants, Knights, and Heretics: Studies in Medieval Social History. Ed. R.H. Hilton. New
York: Cambridge University Press, 1976. (Hilton reprints the following series of five articles, first
published in Past and Present in 1958-1961, which constitute what Mandicott calls the beginning
of a modern reevaluation of the Robin Hood ballads: R.H. Hilton, "The Origins of Robin Hood"
(14, 1958); J.C. Holt, "The Origins of Robin Hood" (18, 1960); M. Keen, "Robin
Hood--Peasant or Gentleman?" (19, 1961); J.C. Holt, "Robin Hood: Some Comments" (19,
1961); T.H. Aston, "Robin Hood" (20, 1961)). (Robbins HC254 .P4)

Preston, Michael J. "The Robin Hood Plays of South-Central England." In The Drama in the
Middle Ages: Comparative and Critical Essays. Ed. Clifford Davidson, C.J. Gianakaris, and
John Stroupe. New York: AMS, 1982. Pp. 342-351. (Stack PN1751 .D3)

Simeone, W.E. "Robin Hood and Some Other Outlaws." Journal of American Folklore 71
(1958): 27-33. (Robbins Offprints)

Simeone, W.E. "Renaissance Robin Hood Plays." In Folklore in Action: Essays for Discussion
in Honor of MacEdward Leach. Ed. Horace P. Beck. Philadelphia: American Folklore Society,
1962. Pp. 184-99. (Robbins Offprints)

Sponsler, Claire. "Counterfeit in Their Array: Cross-Dressing in Robin Hood Performances."
Chapter Two of Drama and Resistance: Bodies, Goods, and Theatricality in Late Medieval
England. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1997. Pp. 24-49.

Stallybrass, Peter. "'Drunk with the cup of liberty': Robin Hood, the Carnivalesque, and the
Rhetoric of Violence in Early Modern England." In The Violence of Representation: Literature
and the History of Violence. London: Routledge, 1989. (Stacks PN56 .V63 V56 1989)

Stones, E.L.G. "The Folvilles of Ashby-Folville, Leicestershire, and Their Associates in Crime."
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, series 5, vol. 7 (1957): 117-36. (DA21 .R88t)

Stokes, James D. "Robin Hood and the Churchwardens in Yeovil." Medieval and Renaissance
Drama in England: An Annual Gathering of Research, Criticism and Reviews 3 (1986):
1-25. (Robbins PR641 .M42)

Wiles, David. The Early Plays of Robin Hood. Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 1981. (Robbins
PR635 .F6W54 1981)

Wilson, Richard Middlewood. The Lost Literature of Medieval England. Second ed. London:
Methuen, 1970. (Robbins PR255 .W75L)

Wimberly, Lowry Charles. Folklore in the English and Scottish Ballads. New York: F. Ungar,
1959. (Robbins PR507 .W75f)
Wright, Thomas. "On the Popular cycle of the Robin Hood Ballads." Essay XVII in Essays on
Subjects Connected with the Literature, Popular Superstitions, and History of England in
the Middle Ages. 2 vols. London: John Russell Smith, 1846. II: 164-211. (Robbins PR255
.W95e v. 2)
 

   BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ROBIN HOOD LITERATURE II
 

PRINCIPAL EDITIONS OF THE BALLADS:

Child, Francis James. English and Scottish Ballads. Vol. 3; first printed 1882-1892. Reprinted
NY: Dover, 1965.

Dobson, R.B. and J. Taylor. Rhymes of Robin Hood. London: W. and J. Mackay Limited,
1976.

Evans, Thomas. Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative, with Some of Modern Date. London:
T. Evans, 1777.

Gutch, John Mathew. A Lytell Geste of Robin Hode. London: Longman, Brown, Green, &
Longmans, 1847.

Percy, Thomas. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry. 1765; rpt. London: Bohn, 1864.

Ritson, Joseph. Robin Hood: A Collection of all the Ancient Poems, Songs and Ballads. 2
vols. London: William Pickering, 1832.

Roxburghe Ballads. 2 vols. London: Reeves and Turner, 1873-74.
 

Adam de la Halle (ca. 1235-ca. 1288). The play of Robin and Marion = Le jeu de Robin et
Marion, Medieval Folk Comedy Opera in One act. Boston: C.C. Birchard, 1928. (Written and
composed for the court of Robert, Count of Artois; reconstructed by Jean Beck; original old
French with an English translation by J. Murray Gibbon.)

Barton, Bernard. "The Death of Robin Hood." In A New Year's Eve, and Other Poems.
London: John Hatchard and Son, 1828. Pp. 114-15.

Betjemann, Gilbert R. The Babes in the Wood, or, Harlequin Robin Hood and his Merry Men.
London: J. Miles, 1867?

Blamire, Larry. Robin Hood. Boston: Baker's Plays, 1991..

Brooke, Mrs. Frances (Moore). Marion: A Comic Opera in Two Acts. Performed at the
Theatre-Royal in London. Composed and selected by W. Shield. London: Longman and
Broderip, 1788.

Brathwayte, Richard. Barnabee's Journal: Drunken Barnaby's Four Journeys to the North of
England. London: T. and J. Allman, 1822. (First published 1638. Contains descriptions of Robin
Hood's Well in Sherwood Forest.)

Burnand, Sir Francis Cowley. Robin Hood; or, the Forester's Fate: An Extravaganza--Carte
de visite. London: T. H. Lacy, 1862.

Chesson, Nora. "Robin Hood's Good-Night." In Selected Poems by Nora Cheeson. 5 vols.
London: Alston Rivers, 1906. Vol IV (Dirge for Aoine and Other Poems), p.xxv.

Cook, Eliza. "The Bow." In The Poetical Works of Eliza Cook. London: Frederi Warne and
Co., 1870. 92.

De Koven, Reginald, 1859-1920. Maid Marian. Libretto by Harry B. Smith. New York: E.
Schuberth, 1901. (Vocal score of a comic opera in three acts).

Drake, Shannon. Damsel in Distress. New York: Avon Books, 1992.

Drayton, Michael. Poly-olbion. In The Works of Michael Drayton. Ed. J. William Hebel. Vol.
3. Oxford: B. Blackwell, 1931.

Drinkwater, John. Robin Hood and the Pedlar. Music by James Brier. Costumes by Miss B.
Lindsay & H. N. Bradbear. Dances arranged by Miss K. V. Okey. Performed at Bourneville,
June 25th, 1914. Printed for Private Circulation: n.p., 1914. (Reprinted in: Drinkwater, John. The
Collected Plays. 2 vols. London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1925. I: 323-47.

Dryden, John. Miscellany Poems. 5th ed. London: J. Tonson, 1727. (Vol. 6 contains "An Old
Ballad of Bold Robin Hood.")
Greene, Robert. George a Greene. London: Oxford University Press, 1911.

Echols, Ula Waterhouse. Robin Hood: From the Original Ballad. Ill. James McCracken, 1932.

Effinger, George Alec. "Maureen Birnbaum Goes Shopynge by Elizabeth Spiegelman-Fein (as
Told to George Alec Effinger)." In Maureen Birnbaum, Barbarian Swordsperson. N.p.: Guild
America Books, 1993. Pp. 83-95.

Emery, Clayton"Dowsing the Demon." https://www.lib.rochester.edu/camelot/rh/emery.htm
(1994).

Evans, Sebastian. "Of Robin Hood's Death and Burial." In Brother Fabian's Manuscript and
Other Poems. London: Macmillan, 1865. Pp. 51-59.

Fitzball, Edward. Robin Hood, or, The Merry Outlaws of Sherwood: A Dramatic Equestrian
Spectacle in Three Acts. London: T.H. Lacy, 1860.

Gaultier, Bon [pseudonym of Sir Theodore Martin and William Edmondstoune Ayyoun]. "Little
John and the Red Friar: A Lay of Sherwood." In The Book of Ballads. Ill. Doyle, Leech, and
Crowquill. 12th ed. London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1874. Pp. 165-78.

Gildersleeve, Stewart. "Robin Hood, The Outlawed Earl." Beadle's Half-Time Library, vol. IV,
no. 98. New York: Beadle and Adams, 1879.

Godwin, Parke. Sherwood. New York: William Morrow, 1991.

Goodyer, F.R. Once Upon a Time, or, A Midsummer Night's Dream in Merrie Sherwood:
Fairy Extravaganza. Nottingham: Allen, 1868. (Produced at the Theatre-Royal, Nottingham,
April 13, 1868).

Grant, Bruce, adapter. The Adventures of Robin Hood and His Merry Men. Ill. William
Timmins. Chicago: Rand Mcnally & Co. / A Rand McNally Elf Book, 1955.

Hoffmann, Daniel G. "A Little Geste," Sewanee Review 66 (1958): 637-48.

Hunt, Leigh. "Robin Hood, A Child." The Indicator (15 Nov. 1820): 41-44.

Hunt, Leigh. "Robin Hood, An Outlaw." The Indicator (22 Nov. 1820): 52.

Hunt, Leigh. "How Robin Hood and His Outlaws Lived in the Woods." The Indicator (22 Nov.
1820): 52-54.

Hunt, Leigh. "Robin Hood's Flight." The Indicator (15 Nov. 1820): 44-47.

Hunt, Leigh: Bibliographic Note: the four poems by Leigh Hunt were reprinted in 1855 and then
appeared in collections of Hunt's verse as "Ballads of Robin Hood" (a sequence containing "Robin
Hood a Child," "Robin Hood's Flight," "Robin Hood an Outlaw," and "How Robin and His
Outlaws Lived in the Woods"). For this grouping, see The Poetical Works of Leigh Hunt. Ed.
H.S. Milford. London: Oxford University Press, 1923. The later versions vary in some details
from the original publication of these poems.

James, George Payne Rainsford. Forest Days: A Romance of Old Times. London: Saunders
and Otley, 1843.

Jones, Robert. "In Sherwood Liude Stout Robin Hood." In A Musicall Dreame, or, the Fourth
Booke of Ayres. London: , John Windet, 1609. Cantus XIX.

Jonson, Ben. The Sad Shepherd: or, A Tale of Robin-Hood. London: n.p., 1641.

Jonson, Ben. The Sad Shepherd with Waldron's Continuation. Ed. W.W. Greg. Louvain: A.
Uystpruyst, 1905. (An unfinished pastoral comedy. Includes Waldron's continuation.)

Jonson, Ben. The Sad Shepherd. See also: Porter, Alan.

Keats, John. "Robin Hood. To a Friend." In Lamia, Isalbella, The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other
Poems. London: Taylor and Hessey, 1820. Pp. 133-36.  Reprinted in Complete Poems.
Ed. Jack Stillinger. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Belknap Press, 1982.

Linton, William James. "An Hour of Robin Hood." In Claribel and Other Poems. London:
Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1865. 202-03.

Look About You. 1600; rpt. New York: AMS Press, 1970. (First printed 1600. Issued for subscribers by the editor of the Tudor Facsimile Texts, 1912.)

Manly, John Matthews. Specimens of Pre-Shakespearean Drama. 2 vols. New York: Ginn and Co., 1897. (Prints the three surviving fragments of the earliest Robin Hood plays; "Robin Hood and the Knight," "Robin Hood and the Friar," and "Robin Hood and the Potter" also appear in Child and in Ritson.)

MacNally, Leonard. Robin Hood; or Sherwood Forest: A Comic Opera. Performed at Covent Garden. London: J. Almon, 1784.

Montgomery, W.H. Harlequin Robin Hood and Little John, or, Merrie England in the Olden Time. Arranged by T. Greenwood, composed by W.H. Montgomery. London: Star Press, 1844.

Muddock, J. E. Maid Marian and Robin Hood: A Romance of Old Sherwood Forest. Ill. Stanley L. Wood. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1892.

Munday, Anthony (1553-1633). The Death of Robert, Earl of Huntington. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1967. (First printed 1601.)

 The Downfall of Robert Earl of Huntingdon. Oxford: Malone Society Reprints,1965. (Facsimile of the 1601 edition.)

Newbolt, Henry. The Greenwood: A Collection of Literary Readings Relating to Robin Hood. London: Thomas Nelson & Sons, 1925. (Includes Thomas Love Peacock's Maid Marion).

Newbolt, Henry. "The Greenwood Laws." In The Book of Happy Warriors. London:Longmans, Green and Co., 1917. Pp. 76-109.

Noyes, Alfred. "The Matin-Song of Friar Tuck." In The New Morning and Other Poems. New York: Frederick A Stokes, 1918. Pp. 103-04.

Noyes, Alfred. Sherwood. London: Watt, 1911.

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