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The Inklings and Friends

Oxford, C.S.Lewis, J.R.R.Tolkien and Friends

Eliot’s Agony in Love

February 12th, 2019|

The personal struggles of T.S.Eliot’s personal life continue to fascinate both his critics and admirers. Frustrated and wounded in love the women in Eliot’s life assume mythical proportions as if his life and literature

What Lucy Saw

December 13th, 2018|

In Prince Caspian Peter, Edmund, Susan and Lucy are drawn from a country railway station in England, to a Narnia that is thousands of years older than when they were there last. (Narnian time, they

C.S.Lewis and Bob Jones Jr

November 25th, 2018|

There is a certain ripeness about the American south that breeds larger than life characters. One thinks of the robust and lusty characters in Tennessee Williams, the quiet eccentrics of Walker Percy, the country

Exalting the Strange and Homely

September 22nd, 2018|

The Baptism of C.S.Lewis’ Imagination In October of 1916, on a train platform bookstall, C.S.Lewis picked up a volume that changed his life. It was Phantastes by George MacDonald. Lewis had been reading The Faerie

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