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Roger Lancelyn Green

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'''Roger Lancelyn Green''' ([[2 November]] [[1918]] – [[8 October]] [[1987]]) was a friend of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. He was also successfull as a biographer, producing work on [[C.S. Lewis]] (his teacher at the [[University of Oxford]]), Lewis Carroll and Hans Christian Andersen. He also wrote various children's stories himself; these were mainly retellings of Norse, Greek and Egyptian myths, and the Arthur and Robin Hood epics.
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'''Roger Lancelyn Green''' ([[2 November]] [[1918]] – [[8 October]] [[1987]]) was a friend of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. He was also successfull as a biographer, producing work on [[C.S. Lewis]] (his teacher at the [[University of Oxford]]), [[Lewis Carroll]] and Hans Christian Andersen. He also wrote various children's stories himself; these were mainly retellings of Norse, Greek and Egyptian myths, and the Arthur and Robin Hood epics.
  
 
He was also an actor, founder of the Lewis Carroll Society, and Deputy Librarian at Oxford.  
 
He was also an actor, founder of the Lewis Carroll Society, and Deputy Librarian at Oxford.  

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Roger Lancelyn Green (2 November 19188 October 1987) was a friend of J.R.R. Tolkien. He was also successfull as a biographer, producing work on C.S. Lewis (his teacher at the University of Oxford), Lewis Carroll and Hans Christian Andersen. He also wrote various children's stories himself; these were mainly retellings of Norse, Greek and Egyptian myths, and the Arthur and Robin Hood epics.

He was also an actor, founder of the Lewis Carroll Society, and Deputy Librarian at Oxford.

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