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By: Andrew Lang
Andrew Lang wrote the narrative poem Helen of Troy in 1882. Known more for his children's 'Fairy' books lang also was a writer of two novels and wrote versions of Odyssey and the Iliad. He is a well-respected alumnus of St Andrews University where one of his early pieces imagined Dr Johnson on the links. He spent much of his active professional life in London, but he had a considerable knowledge of much of Scotland, and an appreciation of the Scottish character which illuminated his work, and, at the end of his life, led him to begin the influential Highways and byways of the Border, completed by his wife and son. What Lang singularly failed to do was to write either a lasting novel or a really striking poem, but he was a very significant literary figure.
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