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Jul 8, 2021

[Answer] What heroic outlaw makes an appearance in Walter Scott’s “Ivanhoe”?

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...Taking place after the Norman conquest, tensions are high between the Saxons and Normans in 12th century England. The book’s plot follows a Saxon knight, Ivanhoe, who aligned with King Richard the Lionheart during the Crusades. King Richard was captured and jailed while his brother, Prince John, took the throne. The character Locksley is revealed to be Robin Hood, the leader of a gang of forest outlaws who steal from the rich and give to the poor. They also help Richard rescue a group of Saxon prisoners. This isn't Robin Hood's first appearance; he was part of English folklore centuries before "Ivanhoe" was published in 1819.




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Robin Hood:


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