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Robin Hood and the Ranger

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Robin Hood and the Ranger

Robin Hood and the Ranger is catalogued as Child ballad 131[1] and Roud Folk Song Index No. 933.

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Robin Hood, going out to hunt deer, meets a forester who forbids him. They fight. Robin is beaten, and blows his horn, summoning his men. He offers to make him one of their company, and they hold a feast.

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