Roger Lancelyn Green

Standard Name: Green, Roger Lancelyn


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Literary responses Helen Bannerman
Among comment from other children's writers at the time that the racism issue was surfacing in Britain in the early 1970s, Margery Fisher called Little Black Sambothe best of all repetitive tales for the...
Literary responses Mary Louisa Molesworth
Mary Anne Barker , sailing from England to join her husband in Mauritius in early 1878, took a copy of The Cuckoo Clock which she had specially requested from her publisher, Macmillan .
Gilderdale, Betty. The Seven Lives of Lady Barker. Canterbury University Press.
Roger Lancelyn Green
Literary responses Mary Louisa Molesworth
Mrs. Molesworth made herself a household name early in her career, and remained one for over a generation whenever books for children were discussed or memoirists recalled their early reading. On her death the obituary...
Literary responses Catherine Sinclair
Having already achieved commercial success with the March of Intellect series, CS found that this text proved to be critically as well as commercially popular. In more recent times scholars have admired its characterization of...


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Green, Roger Lancelyn. “Andrew Lang and the Fairy Tale”. The Review of English Studies, Vol.
, No. 79, Oxford University Press, pp. 227-31.
Green, Roger Lancelyn. “From the Dawn of Levity: Catherine Sinclair”. Children’s Literature Review Online, Vol.
, pp. 133-90.
Green, Roger Lancelyn. Mrs. Molesworth. Bodley Head, 1961.