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Subject: Robin Hood Booklist (rec.arts.books)
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Robin Hood Booklist
This is a reading list involving the Robin Hood legend.
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My criterion for these books is that it be concerned with the Robin
Hood legend in some way. I have three basic categories: fiction,
poetry, and non-fiction. There are a good number of research and
old-manuscript references listed here that are probably unavailable
except through a University-level library. I have split the books up
into the following categories:
* Medieval Fiction: often published at any point in time, but
discussing texts from this period. I've arbitrarily put everything
pre 1600 in this section, although I realize this isn't the
* Early Fiction (1600-1899): involves any fiction published
during this time. If I have an 18th century commentary on a 15th
century work, that goes here. (If it's a 18th century
republication of something from prior to 1600, let me know and I
will move it to the above category.)
* Modern Fiction (1900-present): includes all fictionalized
accounts published in this century.
* Poetry: includes all poetic versions of the Robin Hood legend,
regardless of when (first) published or written.
* Non-Fiction and Research: includes analyses of the Robin Hood
legend: how it started, what purpose it filled, original texts,
etc. Some of the texts that republish old work but include an
analysis may have been mistakenly filed in one of the fiction
categories above; let me know if this is the case.
I encourage you to send in any comments you have on a particular book
for inclusion. I'd like to be able to give a sense of what the book
offers. In addition, if you have references to books on Robin Hood
that are *not* listed here, please send them to me for inclusion.
Disclaimer: I have not vouched for the accuracy of each and every
entry in this list. I would like also to indicate which books are no
longer in print. If you find mistakes or have additional information
on a reference, by all means, let me know. It might take me a while,
but it _will_ get put in ;-).
Thanks to: Ann Carlson, Dean Clamons, Matthew Clark, Aaron C. Clarke,
George T. Crafts, Dan'l Danehy-Oakes, Roger Gardiner, George M.
Jacobs, Michael Kelly, Larry Hammer, Tovah Hollander, Jane Lean,
Duncan MacGregor, John G. Norman, Robert Oliver, Emma Pease, Tirza van
Rijn, John C. Sluder, David Salley, Eric John Thiesen, and Elaine
Thompson for their contributions.
Copyright 1994 by Cindy Tittle Moore. All rights reserved.
Other Online Resources
This is NOT meant to be comprehensive in any way, but just for your
enjoyment, here are some online resources that readers have sent to
* The Robin Hood Text Archive
* The Robin Hood Project, The University of Rochester
_The gallant achievements of Robin Hood : The famous history of Fryer
Bacon: the romance of Robert the Devil_. Edinburgh : O. Schulze,
[1904?]. Early English prose romances.
Child, Francis J. _The English and Scottish Popular Ballads_. Child
collected a number of pre 1600 ballads, including ones about Robin
Hood, into this volume in the mid 1800's. He used earlier collections
for his sources.
Clawson, William Hall, _The gest of Robin Hood_. University of Toronto
Gutch, John Mathew, ed., _A Lytell geste of Robyn Hode and his meiny_.
Reprinted from the edition edited by John Mathew Gutch, following the
Wynken de Worde and William Copland texts, by Edwin and Robert
Grabhorn for the Westgate Press ;... San Francisco, , 1847.
_The Adventures of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon, commonly called Robin
Hood, the famous English archer : being a complete history of all the
merry adventures and valiant battles_. Baltimore [Md.] : Printed and
sold by William Warner, 1812.
_The History of Robin Hood. A new and correct edition_. London :
Printed for the Booksellers, 1816. Juvenile.
Dumas, Alexandre, _pere_. _Robin des bois_. Paris, Editions Baudelaire
. Translations available.
Egan, Pierce (the Younger). _Robin Hood and Little John : or, The
merry men of Sherwood forest_ London: Foster and Hextall, 1840.
Marsh, John B. _The life and adventures of Robin Hood_. London, New
York, G. Routledge and sons [1865?].
Mills, Alfred, _Sherwood Forest, or, Robin Hood and Little John_
(London : Published by E. Wallis ..., [ca. 1825]).
M. P. (Martin Parker), _A true tale of Robin Hood, or, A brief touch
of the life and death of that renowned outlaw, Robert, Earl of
Huntington, vulgarly called Robin Hood : who lived and dyed in A.D.
1198, being the 9th year of the reign..._ ([London] : Printed for J.
Clark, W. Thackeray, and T. Passinger, 1686).
Muddock, J.E. _Maid Marian and Robin Hood: A Romance of Old Sherwood
Forest_ With 12 illustrations by Stanley L. Wood Philadelphia:
J.B.Lippincott Company 1894.
Pyle, Howard, _The merry adventures of Robin Hood : of great renown in
Nottinghamshire_ (New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, 1884, many
reprints). This is a classic rendition, most often recommended to
readers. A little "old fashioned" in its phrasing, it has a style and
flair all its own.
Peacock, Thomas Love, _Maid Marian_ (London : T. Hookham, 1822,
Southey, Robert and Caroline Southey, _Robin Hood : a fragment_ London
: Edinburgh : William Blackwood, 1847).
Scott, Sir Walter, _Ivanhoe_. Robin Hood appears as a minor character
in this work.
Seawell, Molly Elliot, _Maid Marian and other stories_. New York :
Tappan, Eva March. _Robin Hood, His Book_ Little, Brown & Company.
1903. With colorplates.
Waldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), ed., _The sad shepherd, or, A tale
of Robin Hood : a fragment_ London : Printed for J. Nichols ... and
sold by C. Dilly, 1783. With a continuation, notes, and an appendix.
?, Robin of Sherwood Annual. World International Publishing.
Manchester, 1986. ISBN 0-7235-6758-1. A children's book on Robin of
Sherwood. Out of print.
Bowman, Anne, _The boy foresters : a tale of the days of Robin Hood_
(London ; New York : G. Routledge, ). Juvenile fiction.
Brown, Alice, _Robin Hood's barn_. (New York, Macmillan, 1913).
Bulfinch, Thomas, _The age of chivalry ; or, Legends of King Arthur_
Burgess, Glyn, _Two Medieval Outlaws - Eustace theMonk and Fouke Fitz
Waryn_. (Boydell & Brewer Ltd PO Box 9 Woodbridge Suffolk IP12 3DF).
Carpenter, Richard, _Robin of Sherwood_, (Puffin Books. 1984. ISBN
0-14-031690-6); Carpenter, Richard and Robin May, _Robin of Sherwood
and the Hounds of Lucifer_, (Puffin Books. 1985. ISBN 0-14-031869-0);
Carpenter, Richard and Anthony Horowitz, _Robin of Sherwood: The
Hooded Man_, (Puffin Books. 1986. ISBN 0-14-032058-X); Carpenter,
Richard, _Robin of Sherwood: The Time of the Wolf_, (Puffin Books.
1988. ISBN 0-14-032660-X). _Out of print_. These four books are also
collected in one volume, the omnibus: Carpenter, Richard, with Robin
May and Anthony Horowitz, _The Complete Adventures of Robin of
Sherwood_, (Puffin Books. 1990. ISBN 0-14-034450-0). The books to the
marvellous Robin of Sherwood TV series. 'A magical retelling of the
legend of Robin Hood'. Well written, great characters, gives a good
impression of what it must have been like in mediaeval times, the
mysticism and sorcery fits in, great sense of humour.
Chase, Nicholas. _Locksley_. St. Martins/Marek, New York. 1983. ISBN
0-312-49428-9. A highly improbable and highly entertaining retelling
of the legend as it "might have actually happened." Good reading. Of
interest is to note that 'Nicholas Chase' is a nom de plume for the
brothers Hyde; Anthony (The Red Fox, China Lake, Formosa Straights)
and Christopher (Maxwell's Train, Whisperland, Hard Target and many
others). The opening for the Costner/Robin Hood film appears to have
been inspired by this novel, as well.
Creswick, Paul. N.C. Wyeth, illustrator. _Robin Hood_. Charles
Scribner's Sons, New York. Reprint. Original copyright 1917, Wyeth,
1957. 1984. ISBN 0-684-18162-2. The illustrations alone make this book
worth getting. A nicely told version of the Robin Hood legend.
Doherty, P. C. _The Assassin in the Greenwood_ (1993?), is a telling
of the death of Robin Hood, and how an "under-sheriff" of Nottingham
masqueraded as Robin to discredit him. The book is interesting in that
it has a brief afterword by the author. In it, he claims that Robin
was not a contemporary of Richard I (and John), but of Edward I. He
suggests that Robin was a supporter of Simon de Montfort's revolt
against the king in the mid-13th century and fled to Sherwood forest
after the revolt failed. The plot is not that great, but the setting
is well-rendered (including the tendency to violence that was said to
be common in those days).
Emery, Clayton, _Tales of Robin Hood_ (New York : Baen Pub
Enterprises; distributed by Simon & Schuster, 1988).
Finnemore, John, _The story of Robin Hood and his merry men_ (London,
A. and C. Black, 1917).
Fraser, Antonia, _Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by Rebecca Fraser. [1st
American ed.]. New York, Knopf [c1971]).
Friesner, Esther, _The Sherwood Game_ (Baen Books, Riverdale, NY,
1995. ISBN 0-671-87641-4).
Furlong, Monica, _Robin's Country_ (Knopf, 1995).
Gilbert, Henry, Robin Hood. Wordsworth Classics. Herfordshire, 1994.
ISBN 1-85326-127-0. The book itself dates from 1912 and it shows in
the language. It is a fairly complete Robin Hood story. It has two of
the Little People as Robin's closest friends.
Goldberg, Moses, _The outlaw Robin Hood_ (New Orleans : Anchorage
Goldman, James, _Robin and Marian_ (New York, Bantam Books, 1976). The
major portion of this book is Goldman's original screenplay for the
movie , which starred Audrey Hepburn (Maid Marian), Sean Connery
(Robin Hood), Robert Shaw (Sheriff of Nottingham), Nicol Williamson
(Little John), and Richard Harris (King Richard). Also included in the
volume are 3 short essays. 'Where Have All the Heroes Gone?' laments
the lack of heroes with High Principles and Noble Dreams, muses on
heroes grown old--Ulysses, Ben Hogan, Fritz Kreisler--and sets up his
premises/questions: What happened to Robin and Marian after they had
grown old? (not doddering, but fifty-something), and Why do some of
the versions of the myth have Marian killing Robin?. 'What All the
Singing Was About' gives some historical background on the Robin Hood
myth and why it has survived some 700 years and still has the power to
move us. 'Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Screenplays and
Were Afraid to Ask" is his insider's view of writing the screenplay,
selling it, and making the movie.
Godwin, Parke. _Sherwood_. Avon Books, New York. 1992. ISBN
0-380-70995-3. _Robin and the King_, 1993, Avon Books, NY ISBN
0-380-70996-1. Excellent, well thought out story. Placed during the
Norman invasion of 1066. Unusual depth of characterization, you get a
real feel for what the clash between the Saxons and Normans must have
been like. Second book is set in both France, to where Robin has been
exiled but still serves the King, and England.
Green, Roger Lancelyn, _Robin Hood_, (Penguin Books. 1982). A kind of
compilation of various other Robin Hood books (quotations preceed
Green, Simon, _Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves_, (Fantail books. 1991.
ISBN 0-14-090340-2). The novelization of the Kevin Costner Robin Hood
Greenberg, Martin H., ed., _The fantastic adventures of Robin Hood_
(New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin, 1991). A collection of thirteen
short stories by fantasy and speculative writers offering alternative
glimpses of the life and legend of Robin Hood and his merry men. It's
quite funny at times.
Harvey, George Cockburn, ed. and Edwin John Prittie, illus. _Robin
Hood_. (Chicago: John C. Winston Co., 1923.) Black and White
illustrations, with several color ones. All done by Prittie. Large
print edition, so I assume for children. Some unfamiliar words are
noted with asterisk and defined at bottom of page. Example:
hinds=laborers. Book includes an Appendix with info about the real
Robin Hood. This info is in the form of a "quotation from the
abridgment of Ritson's Life of Robin Hoo, as given by Gutch" (345).
Also in the Appendix is the ballad "Robin Hood and Allin'A' Dale."
Hayes, Sarah, _Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by Patrick Benson, 1st
American ed. New York : Henry Holt, 1989).
Heal, Edith, _Robin Hood_. Introduction by Philip Allen, illustrated
by Dan Content. Rand McNally & Co. Windermere Series, copyright 1928,
multiple eidtions printed. This book runs 626 pages and is remarkable
in its emphasis on Robin as a very pious and religious man, in fact a
"monk," who refuses Maid Marian.
Herbertson, Agnes Grozier, _Heroic legends : the stories of St. George
and the dragon, Robin Hood, Richard and Blondel, and other legends_
(Illustrated by Helen Stratton, London: Blackie and Son, 1908).
Holt, James Clarke, _Robin Hood_ (London : Thames and Hudson, c1982,
Kluger, Richard, _The Sherrif of Nottingham_ (N.Y.: Viking, 1992, ISBN
0-670-84022-X). A new fictional work which sets the story at the time
of King John, but focuses on the much maligned sheriff of Nottingham.
Kluger has historical notes identifying a historical sheriff of the
period, Philip Mark, and recreates him as a rather sympathetic, if
Knight, Stephen and Thomas Ohlgren, eds., _Robin Hood and Other Outlaw
Tales_, Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications, 1996.
The 600-page anthology is now in production and will be published in
Fall 1996. It contains a full range of literary texts including the
ballads, plays, and analogues in Old French and Anglo-Norman. All of
the English works have been re-edited from original materials,
including a new text of "Gamelyn" and two new ballads recently
discovered in the British Library.
Lang, Andrew, ed., _The story of Robin Hood, and other tales of
adventure and battle_ (Illustrated by H. J. Ford, New York : Schocken
McKinley, Robin, _The Outlaws of Sherwood_ (1st ed. New York :
Greenwillow Books, c1988). A very nice retelling of the legend. Strong
McSpadden, J. Walker, _The Adventures of Robin Hood & His Merry
Outlaws_ (Greenwich House, Crown Publishers, New York. 1984 reprint).
Newboldt, Sir Henry John, ed., _The Greenwood : a Collection of
Literary Readings Related to Robin Hood_ London, Edinburg, T. Nelson,
Pease, Howard, _The Gypsy Caravan_ (Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday,
Doran & Company, inc., 1930). Being the merry tale of the travels of
Betty and Joe with the gypsies. Robin Hood is a peripheral character.
Rhead, L. J. (Louis J.), _Bold Robin Hood and his outlaw band_ (New
York, London, Harper & Brothers, 1912).
Roberson, Jennifer, _Lady of the Forest_ (1992). The lady is Marian,
the forest is Sherwood, and Robin is Robert, the son and heir of the
Earl of Huntingdon. Roberson wrote the book using all the characters
for viewpoint (Sheriff, Earl, Robert, Will Scarlet, Marian, etc.)
which while slowing it down in some ways, provided all sorts of
different perspectives on the action, since *everyone's* version is
present. This is set in the times of the Crusades and historical
details are handled pretty well.
Skinner, Eleanor Louise, _Tales and plays of Robin Hood_ (New York,
Cincinnati [etc.] American book company [ s1915]).
Speak, Harold, _Robin Hood of Wakefield_ ([Ossett, H. Speak & J.
Stocqueler, J. H. (Joachim Hayward), _The forest queen, Maid Marian. A
story of Robin Hood, and his merry men, in Sherwood Forest_ (London,
Sutcliff, Rosemary, _The Chronicles of Robin Hood_. (Oxford University
Press. 1953). Goes as a children's book, but worthwhile reading for an
adult too. A very nice retelling of the Robin Hood legend.
Singer, Marilyn, _Lizzie Silver of Sherwood Forest_ (Illustrated by
Miriam Nerlove, 1st ed. New York : Harper & Row, c1986). Juvenile.
Stone, Eugenia, _Robin Hood's arrow_ (Illustrated by Rafaello Busoni,
Chicago : Follett Publishing Co., c1948).
Storer, Ronald D. K. _Robin Hood_ (Mumbai : Oxford University Press,
Tomolinson, Theresa. _The ForestWife_ (Orchard Books, 1995).
Trease, Geoffrey. _Bows against the Barons_, (Leicester: Brockhampton
1966 (c1934)). Because he was close to university and had very
left-wing leanings (as so many English university types had at that
time) this is a very "socialist" Robin Hood tale.
Vance, Eleanor Graham, _Adventures of Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by Jay
Hyde Barnum, prepared under the supervision of Josette Frank, New
York, Random House, c1953).
Vansittart, Peter, _The death of Robin Hood : a novel_ (London : Owen,
Whitby, Sharon, _The Last of the Greenwood_. (New York, Pyramid
Publications, HBJ. 1975). Romance/Adventure retelling of the Robin
Hood legend, concentrating on Robin's relationships with Marion.
White, T.H., _The Once and Future King_. Includes a longish diversion
in which Wart and Kay meet one "Robin 'ood," though it's explained
that "'ood" is not short for "Hood," but "yer know, 'ood -- like this
'ood we're standin' in."
Williams, Jay, _The good yeomen_ (New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts
Dietrick, Laurabelle and Joseph Franz-Walsh, _The merry ballads of
Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by Edna Reindel, New York, The Macmillan
Company, 1931). The whole story of that Robin Hood, known as Earl of
Huntington, and Locksley.
Dobson, R.B. and J. Taylor, eds., _Rymes of Robyn Hood : an
introduction to the English outlaw_ (Pittsburgh : University of
Pittsburgh Press, 1976).
Dobson, R. B. and John Taylor. _Rymes of Robyn Hood : an introduction
to the English outlaw_. Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press,
1976. Considered one of the best editions of poems and ballads devoted
to Robin Hood. Criticial commentary accompanies each poem.
Hunt, Leigh, _Ballads of Robin Hood_ (Cedar Rapids, Ia., Priv. print.
[The Torch Press] 1922). With some manuscript reproductions.
Jonson, Ben [1573?-1637], _Ben Jonson's Sad shepherd, with Waldron's
continuation_ (Ed. by W. W. Greg. Louvain, A. Uystpruyst; [etc., etc.]
Jonson, Ben, _The sad shepherd: or, A tale of Robin Hood, a fragment_
Lees, Jim, ed., _The ballads of Robin Hood_ (Illustrated by David
Gentleman, Cambridge : University Press, 1977).
Munday, Anthony, _The death of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon. (Oxford,
Printed for the Malone Society by V. Ridler at the University Press,
Munday, Anthony, The downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntingdon ([Prepared
by John C. Meagher]. Oxford, Printed for the Malone Society by V.
Ridler at the University Press,  1601).
Ritson, Joseph, ed., Robin Hood: A collection of all the Ancient
Poems, Songs, and Ballads, no extant, relative to that celebrated
English Outlaw; to which are prefixed Historical Anecdotes of his Time
(London, 1795, printed for T. Egerton, Whitehall, and J. Johnson, St
Paul-Church-Yard.) This book (originally published in two volumes) has
been reprinted many times; the latest is a facsimile reprint of the
1865 edition entitled Robin Hood: Ancient Poems, Song and Ballads (R.
Broomhead, Chesire, 1994; ISBN 0 9524003 0 8).
Ritson, Joseph, ed., Robin Hood : a collection of all the ancient
poems, songs, and ballads (London : Printed for Longman, etc., 1820).
Sidgwick, Frank, ed., Popular ballads of the olden time (London,
Sidgwick & Jackson, ltd., 1912). Ballads of Robin Hood and other
Tennyson, Baron Alfred, The foresters, Robin Hood and Maid Marian (New
York, Macmillan, 1892).
Non-Fiction and Research
Bellamy, John G., Robin Hood : an historical enquiry (Beckenham, Kent
: Croom Helm, ).
Campbell, William W., An historical sketch of Robin Hood and Captain
Kidd (New York, C. Scribner, 1853).
Corcoran, Kelvin, Robin Hood in the dark ages (preface by Tom Raworth,
London ; New York : Permanent Press, 1985).
Fithian, Edward William, The life of Robin Hood, the celebrated
outlaw; comprising an historical account of his birth, famous
exploits, merry speeches, ballads, and gallant behaviour (London,
Gable, J. Harris, Bibliography of Robin Hood (Lincoln, Neb., 1939).
Hargrove, Ely, Anecdotes of archery; from the earliest ages to the
year 1791 (York, Hargrove, 1792). Including an account of the most
famous archers of ancient and modern times; with some curious
particulars in the life of Robert Fitz-Ooth Earl.
Harris, Percy Valentine, The truth about Robin Hood ([6th ed.]. London
). Evidence of the hero's actual existence.
Hilton, R.H., ed., Peasants, Knights, and Heretics: Studies in
medieval social history, (Cambridge & N.Y.: Cambridge U.P., 1976).
Series: Past and Present Publications.
Holt, J. C. Robin Hood. London : Thames and Hudson, 1982. A very
useful survey of the origins and development of the Robin Hood
stories, with good illustrations and maps. New edition: Robin Hood -
Revised and Enlarged Edition (Thames and Hudson Ltd, London, 1989;
ISBN 0 500 27541 6).
Keen, Maurice Hugh, The outlaws of medieval legend (Toronto,
University of Toronto Press, 1961, reprinted in 1977).
Knight, S., Robin Hood: A Complete Study of the English Outlaw.
Oxford, Blackwell, 1994. 256pp, 24 b+w illustrations, 1 map.
Malcomson, Ann., ed. Song of Robin Hood. Music arranged by Grace
Castagnetta, designed and illustrated by Virginia Lee Burton. Houghton
Mifflin Co., 1947, printed by The Riverside Press, Cambridge,
Massachusetts. This is a volume of Robin Hood ballads arranged with
the most "authentic" melodies the compilers had available. But what
really sets the book apart are the incredible, fine black-and-white
line drawings which grace every page in the most ornate profusion.
Matthews, John, Robin Hood - Green Lord of the Wildwood. Gothic Image
Publications. Somerset, 1993. ISBN 0-906362-24-5. It explores the
relation between Robin Hood and the Faery (Puck, Robin Goodfellow),
Herne, the Green Man, the May Day Games, and the Morris Dance.
Miles, Bernard, Robin Hood, his life and legend (Illustrated by Victor
G. Ambrus, Chicago : Rand McNally, 1979). Victor G. Ambrus is an
excellent illustrator. His arms and armour are not always absolutely
right, but are usually pretty good; his heraldry is not always clearly
understood, but then heraldry for the Robin Hood stories is even more
hypothetical than that of the Arthurian tales. His horses are
wonderful. The book is worth having just for the pictures, quite apart
from Lord Myles' rather thoughtful commentary.
Nelson, Malcolm A. (Malcolm Antony), The Robin Hood tradition in the
English renaissance (Salzburg, Inst. f. Engl. Sprache u. Literatur,
Univ. Salzburg, 1973).
Robin Hood: The Man Behind the Myth (1995).
Pringle, Patrick, Stand and Deliver: Highwaymen from Robin Hood to
Dick Turpin Copyright 1991 Dorset Press. ISBN 0-88029-698-4. This is a
very interesting book, but RH is discussed only on pp 13-15.
Schroeck, Robert M. and Peggy, GURPS Robin Hood - Adventures in
Sherwood Forest ... And Beyond. Steve Jackson Games. 1992. ISBN
1-55634-215-2. Although meant in the first place as a manual for
playing a Robin Hood role playing campaign using the GURPS (Generic
Universal RolePlaying System) system, it contains lots of useful
background information on the Robin Hood legend.
Siefker, Phyllis. Santa Claus, Last of the Wild Men. Robin Hood is
included in teh chapter on "Merrie Olde England: From Pagan to Puck."
Stallybrass, Peter. "`Drunk with the Cup of Liberty': Robin Hood, the
Carnivalesque, and the Rhetoric of Violence in Early Modern England."
Semiotica 54, no. 1/2 (1985): 113-145. Reprinted in The Violence of
Rhetoric, edited by Nancy Armstrong and Leonard Tennenhouse. New York:
Routledge, 1990. Here's an interesting account of the politics of
Robin Hood in the sixteenth century.
Walker, John William, The true history of Robin Hood (With illus. by
Ethel W. Walker, [Wakefield] West Yorkshire Print. Co., 1952,
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