Robert Greene

Robert Greene may refer to:

  • Robert Greene (dramatist) (1558–1592), English writer
  • Robert Greene (philosopher) (1678–1730), English philosopher
  • Robert Greene (American author) (born 1959), American author of books on strategy
  • Robert L. Greene, American psychologist
  • Robert Lane Greene, American journalist
  • Robert W. Greene (1930–2008), American journalist
  • Bob Greene (born 1947), American journalist and author
  • Bob Greene (fitness) (born 1958), American writer on fitness
  • Bob Greene (Makah) (1918–2010), American Makah elder

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