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Milton, Lewis, Pullman, and pop culture

Yesterday we went to the second part of David Levey’s paper on “Reading Irreligiously” (for the first part see TGIF: reading irreligiously | Khanya). Much of the paper was devoted to a comparison of Milton’s… 1,643 more words


centre your attention

Bit by Bit

Leaning into the future seems inevitable for the rabbit

Slipping back to the past is such a monkey man habit

Developing skills to stand in present time… 16 more words


Invisible Inkling

I recently found myself in the middle of a rather charming cat’s cradle, in which several strands of my cultural life converged into a rewarding pattern.   740 more words

Charles Williams

A Life in Books

I’ve always been a reader. One of my earliest memories is visiting the upper grades as a kindergartener to read the Christmas story from the Bible. 336 more words

Bandersnatch by Diana Pavlac Glyer

Multitudes of readers and movie-goers are familiar with the names and writings of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. Many are also aware that the two literary giants were part of a ‘club’ called The Inklings, though they may not know anything about the group. 208 more words

C.S. Lewis

Allegiance, and Other Musical Ideas

I was lucky enough to catch the musical Allegiance on Broadway last month, in one of its last performances (it closes Feb. 14). Loosely based on George Takei’s… 889 more words