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First Impressions of Charles Williams

In most fantasy novels, the characters leave the ordinary world and enter into a fantastic world.  Harry Potter exchanges his aunt and uncle’s home for Hogwarts, Lucy enters Narnia through a wardrobe, and even Bilbo Baggins leaves his comfortable hobbit hole for a world of danger and adventure.   463 more words

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A Little Light Musing: A Thalian Sourcebook of Sorts

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A Little Light Musing: A Thalian Sourcebook of Sorts

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Poetry

This morning’s Thought for the Day drew inspiration from a quote I read at the weekend. It’s from a book entitled The Descent of the Dove… 417 more words

Can the Writing of Poetry Be Taught?

By James Sale

In our egalitarian and democratic societies we very much hope and want all good things to be available to all people if they have a mind to have them. 1,973 more words

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First Impressions of Charles Williams

In most fantasy novels, the characters leave the ordinary world and enter into a fantastic world.  Harry Potter exchanges his aunt and uncle’s home for Hogwarts, Lucy enters Narnia through a wardrobe, and even Bilbo Baggins leaves his comfortable hobbit hole for a world of danger and adventure.   463 more words

Charles Williams

The Inklings

Had you the good fortune of being present at a gathering of the Inklings, you might have witnessed J. R. R. Tolkien reading from the cycle of private myths that would become…

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Charles Williams: The Third Inkling, by Grevel Lindop

Charles Williams: The Third Inkling by Grevel Lindop

Lindop’s biography of Charles Williams makes sense of him, which is no small feat. I do not say Lindop explains Williams in an easy and unsatisfying way that resolves all the enigmas, but he puts the enigmas into context, and shows where they are continuous with what we can understand. 651 more words

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