Outlaws in literature, history, and culture ; 2.
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1. A forest of her own : greenwood-space and the forgotten female characters of the Robin Hood tradition / Valerie B. Johnson 2. Mortal friends in Robin and Gandelyn and the medieval Robin Hood ballads / Christine Chism 3. The play's the thing : establishing boundaries in Anthony Munday's The downfall of Robert, Earle of Huntington / Carrie Griffin 4. Strange genealogies : Robin Hood's courtship with Jack Cade's daughter and the creation of a fraudulent text / Alexander L. Kaufman 5. Highwaymen, robbers, and rogues in the twentieth century : a new outlaw fantasy / Kristin Noone 6. Property not prophecy : Welsh "outlaws" Owain Lawgoch and Owain Glyn Dwr as high-status landowners / Spencer Gavin Smith 7. Revisiting and revising Robin Hood in sixteenth-century London / John Marshall 8. Sailing the Little John : John Ward and legitimizing outlaw space / Kristi J. Castleberry 9. Relishing the kill, becoming a man : Robin Hood's rivalry with Guy of Gisborne / Dana Symons 10. Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood and its music / Gillian B. Anderson 11. "And now begins our game" : revitalizing the ludic Robin Hood / Thomas Rowland 12. Parody and archery : re-generating the Robin Hood tradition / Stephen Knight.