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8 Difrieri Sol, Marotta Noelia, Ruiz Fabricio y Verdun Paula Voz en off: Robin pulled out his sword and began to fight. At the same time he moved slowly away from the road to the forest. There were too many men –he couldn’t win, he had cuts on his roght arm, and the arm hurr very badly. When he got to the forest, he ran. He could find his way through forest bery well, and the sheriff’s men lost him. Robin went through the forest to Sr Mary’s Abbey. In front of the abbey, he fell to the ground there, the abbot’s men found him. Little John: ‘It is Robin Hood!’ ‘i would like to kill him, but this is a church. Take him to one of the bedrooms. You, man, go to the sheriff. Tell him that Robin Hood is at the abbey’. Voz en off: Robin woke up. There was nobody in the room. He was very weak and couldn’t move from the bed then he heard a friend. Little John: I am coming Robin, ‘where are you?’. Robin: Here! I am here!’ said Robin weakly. Voz en off: Little John broke open the door. Robin spoke very slowly. Robin: Little John, help me one lats time. Crry me to the window good now give me your bow. Voz en off: Little John helped Robin to put an arrow in the bow. They pulled the aroow flew a long way, into the forest. Robin: Take me to that place and put me in the ground there’ Voz en off: There it a place in the forest near the abbey. There you can find these words: Under this stone is Robin Hood. Remember Robin and his men- No braver man will come again. Bibliografia: La primera mención manuscrita de Robin Hood se encuentra en Pedro el Labrador (Piers Plowman) de William Langland en 1377, donde el sacerdote Sloth declara: “Conozco las rimas de Robin Hood”. Años más tarde, el cronista escocés Juan de Fordun escribe que de los personajes de baladas, Robin Hood “es el que más me gusta”. Scotichronicon (1377), crónica de Walter Bower, es una de las primeras menciones del personaje legendario de Robin Hood y de Little John. Al comienzo del siglo XVI, cuando se imprimen numerosas baladas, Robin aparece en ellas como un caballero (gentleman), nombre dado en esta época a los comerciantes o granjeros independientes. Será recién hacia fines del siglo que adquiere un título de nobleza y toma el nombre de «Robin de Locksley», o «Robert Fitz Ooth, conde de Huntington», y comienza a ser un personaje situado alrededor de 1190, cuando el rey Ricardo Corazón de León parte hacia Jerusalén en la Tercera Cruzada. La asociación romántica con Marian (o Marión, a veces también llamada Matilde) data de este período. El poeta romántico John Keats la menciona como personaje central en el poema que dedicó a Robin Hood a comienzos del siglo XIX. Es en este siglo que Robin Hood se vuelve un rebelde sajón que combate a los señores 8