As a follow-up to my post last week about the Inklings and Arthur roundtable, editor Sørina Higgins has posted the video of the discussion. It was a lot of fun to be a part of, and I think you'll find it an engaging way to think about the Arthurian influences of Lewis, Tolkien, and the Inklings. If you follow the #InklingsAndArthur twitter convo, you'll note that Sørina felt a bit out-bearded in the roundtable. It seemed to go well anyway. And do make sure to catch our Inklings & Arthur series on Wednesday all winter long!
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The Argument Continues: Late 20th Century Christian and Pagan Depictions of Arthur and the Grail by Suzanne Bray
I’m pleased to offer the first of our guest bloggers in the Inklings and Arthur series celebrating the links between the Oxford Inklings and the Matter of Britain. 1,801 more words
It was as an ‘Arthurian’ that I first consciously encountered Charles Williams, with that adjective applying to both him and me. (I, ever since I was given Emma Gelders Sterne and Barbara Lindsay’s retelling, … 462 more words
The Wade Center owns a number of artifacts that were once in the personal possession of one of our seven authors. Our featured artifacts for this blog post are a set of bookshelves and chest from the home of Charles Williams. 1,584 more words
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Another snow storm has been wreaking havoc on the East Coast of the United States of America.
Snow has been falling down in the state of Florida, which is unusual to say the least. 967 more words
The Greater Trumps (1932) by Charles Williams. In memory of Thecla – Reading Group member 2012 to 2016.
Book Review by Chris Hopkins.
I remember reading Charles Williams’ novel The Place of the Lion (1931) at school in the 1970s, at the suggestion of my friend Robert Jones (now sadly lost touch with, but who was definitely an intellectual aged eleven onwards). 1,359 more words