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"Lately arrived from London..." British caricatures in the American press

Sometime during the late autumn of 1806, the Scottish artist and engraver William Charles packed up his belongings and boarded a ship that would carry him away from England to start a new life in America. 2,982 more words

American Revolution

The Seven Literary Sages Christian History Issue: A closer look with Jennifer Woodruff Tait

The “Seven Literary Sages” Christian History issue 113 was released early in 2015 in honor of the Wade Center’s 50th anniversary, features the seven authors of the Wade Center, and highlights their continuing relevance to significant issues facing our world today. 787 more words

C.S. Lewis

"...In the Vacant Places" by T.S. Eliot

It is the weekend, and I am in the mood for a little treat. C.S. Lewis was a slow convert to T.S. Eliot’s poetry. In fact, Lewis was part of an entire club dedicated to mocking the modern poetry movement that Eliot led. 330 more words

C.S. Lewis

New books for your Summer Reading List

Summer is here! As we did last year with our summer reading ideas, we put together a few suggestions of some exciting new books for your summer reading list. 859 more words

C.S. Lewis

Summer Reading

Seeing as everyone and her sister is writing a summer reading list—and because this is the first time in a long time that I’ve actually planned out my reading—I thought I’d give you a peek at the books that will be crowding my nightstand for the next few weeks. 605 more words

Ray Bradbury

A Story of the Luminous City

All Hallow’s Eve by Charles Williams

If you’re anything like me as a reader, you go through phases when you’re obsessed by particular authors or genres or types of book; and for a while in the 1980s I was heavily into reading works by the Inklings – C.S. 703 more words

Book Review: War in Heaven

Author: Charles Williams

Year of first publication: 1930

Year of publication for this edition: 2004

Number of pages: 256

Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company… 762 more words

Fiction