Bandit Territories

British Outlaws and Their Traditions

Editor(s): Helen Phillips

Language: English

Genre(s): History

  • September 2008 · 256pages · 216x138mm

  • ·Hardback - 9780708319857

About The Book

Offers research and critical interpretations about British outlaw traditions and the way they have been imagined and presented in both the Middle Ages and the centuries since. This volume focuses on the ways in which rogue-heroes have been used by literature, film, and other areas of popular culture and imagination.

About the Editor(s)

Helen Phillips

Professor Helen Phillips’ work focuses on the political and cultural implications of late-medieval writings and their afterlife. She has edited two major collections of essays on Robin Hood and associated bandit literature. In addition, Helen has also published extensively on dream poetry, romances, nineteenth-century medievalism and many other areas.

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