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Lamb and Flag

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After c. [[1960]], members of the [[Inklings]] changed their meeting place to the Lamb and Flag after [[The Eagle and Child|"The Bird and Baby"]] 'modernised' to their dislike.<ref name="HCInklings">[[Humphrey Carpenter]], ''[[The Inklings (book)|The Inklings: C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams and their Friends]]'', "Till We Have Faces"</ref>
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After c. [[1960]], members of the [[Inklings]] changed their meeting place to the Lamb and Flag after [[The Eagle and Child|"The Bird and Baby"]] 'modernised' to their dislike.<ref name="HCInklings">{{HM|Inklings}}, "Till We Have Faces"</ref>
  
 
After the death of [[C.S. Lewis]] in [[1963]] they continued to meet at the Lamb and Flag, but without Lewis the meetings were eventually abandoned.<ref name="HCInklings"/>
 
After the death of [[C.S. Lewis]] in [[1963]] they continued to meet at the Lamb and Flag, but without Lewis the meetings were eventually abandoned.<ref name="HCInklings"/>
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Latest revision as of 21:22, 22 July 2012

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The Lamb and Flag is a public house located in Oxford.

[edit] History

After c. 1960, members of the Inklings changed their meeting place to the Lamb and Flag after "The Bird and Baby" 'modernised' to their dislike.[1]

After the death of C.S. Lewis in 1963 they continued to meet at the Lamb and Flag, but without Lewis the meetings were eventually abandoned.[1]

[edit] References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Humphrey Carpenter, The Inklings, "Till We Have Faces"