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'''Hugo Victor Dyson Dyson''' ([[1896]]-[[1975]]) was a fellow [[Inklings|Inkling]] with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. He helped Tolkien persuade [[C.S. Lewis]] to (active) Christianity. He much preferred talk at Inklings meetings to readings and is remembered by [[Christopher Tolkien]] as "lying on the couch, and lolling and shouting and saying, 'Oh God, no more Elves'"{{fact}} during reading of ''The Lord of the Rings''.  
 
'''Hugo Victor Dyson Dyson''' ([[1896]]-[[1975]]) was a fellow [[Inklings|Inkling]] with [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]. He helped Tolkien persuade [[C.S. Lewis]] to (active) Christianity. He much preferred talk at Inklings meetings to readings and is remembered by [[Christopher Tolkien]] as "lying on the couch, and lolling and shouting and saying, 'Oh God, no more Elves'"{{fact}} during reading of ''The Lord of the Rings''.  
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==Further reading==
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*"Hugo Dyson: Inkling, Teacher, Bon Vivant", by [[David Bratman]]. ''[[Mythlore]]'' 21:4 (whole no. 82) (Winter 1997): 19-34.
  
 
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Hugo Dyson
Biographical information
Born1896
Died1975
OccupationScholar
LocationEngland

Hugo Victor Dyson Dyson (1896-1975) was a fellow Inkling with J.R.R. Tolkien. He helped Tolkien persuade C.S. Lewis to (active) Christianity. He much preferred talk at Inklings meetings to readings and is remembered by Christopher Tolkien as "lying on the couch, and lolling and shouting and saying, 'Oh God, no more Elves'"[source?] during reading of The Lord of the Rings.

Further reading

  • "Hugo Dyson: Inkling, Teacher, Bon Vivant", by David Bratman. Mythlore 21:4 (whole no. 82) (Winter 1997): 19-34.

External links


The Inklings
J.R.R. Tolkien · J.A.W. Bennett · Lord David Cecil · Nevill Coghill · James Dundas-Grant · Hugo Dyson · Adam Fox · Colin Hardie · Robert Havard · C.S. Lewis · Warren Lewis · Gervase Mathew · R.B. McCallum · C.E. Stevens · Christopher Tolkien · John Wain · Charles Williams · Charles Leslie Wrenn