This text unveils rather a different Robin Hood from the one whose name went down in history. For it appears that Robin was no great shakes at bows and arrows and he insisted on robbing the poor to give to the rich. So how did his Miserable Men, the Inlaws, establish his reputation as a hero?
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Reveals the truth behind Robin Hood and his band of Inlaws. In fact, Robin was no good at bows and arrows and he insisted on robbing the poor to give to the rich. Yet somehow his miserable men established his reputation as a hero. Other stories include The Sleeping Beauty.
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