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Exploring how these archetypes function together, and MUST function, in English Speaking Culture, if we are to survive. Robin hood & the King's duty story Analysis, reading of Rudyard Kipling's 'A Charm'
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▬ Contents of this video ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
00:00:00 - Intro
00:00:18 - Depoliticising 'King'
00:01:45 - Story: the King & Robin Hood
00:06:19 - The King's function in the narrative and normative order.
00:10:36 - Reading Kipling's A Charm
00:11:41 - Charm analysis and conclusion
00:16:39 - Sacred Symbols of the Realm and contextualising the King's rituals
00:20:52 - How an Englishman knows an Englishman: Bow as symbol of inner sovereign power
00:22:58 - The Order of the Garter & the King's duty as represented in Robin Hood.
00:25:22 - Practices, always have a robin hood group to throw barbs & the competitive benefits of Robinhooding
00:33:47 - The Utility of RobinHooding
Greenwood: Exploring the heroic sagas, legends & lore that cultivate English speaking Culture. Readings and analysis of great, and esoteric, English verse, narrative, prose, and speech, to decipher their meaning and psychological value.