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Roger Angell

Roger Angell Born 1920. Fiction editor of The New Yorker for over 40 years, and best known for his articulate baseball essays for that magazine.

His mother Katharine White and stepfather E. B. White were editors at The New Yorker from the 1920 through the 1970s.

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