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Although she claimed to be nervous about criticizing Lewis’s poetry, Pitter happily attacked a number of his other works, including The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

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met at a faculty meeting on 11 May 1926. Lewis’s first impression of Tolkien was not favorable. In his diary he describes Tolkien as “a smooth, pale, fluent little chap.” Lewis adds, “No harm in him: he only needs a smack or so” (All My Road 393).

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Gaps in Scholarship on C.S. Lewis and other Wade Authors

A few weeks ago I read a commentary on C.S. Lewis’s children’s novel Prince Caspian, which I found very helpful. You can see my review here… 484 more words


Coming Up: Inklings on Tuesday at Gryphon Cafe

We are a small writers group that meets once a month, year-round, at Gryphon Cafe. We’re older and we’re younger…just in case you wondered.

We will be meeting next Tuesday night, August 15, at 7PM. 25 more words

Joe Lynch

Review | Splatoon 2 (Switch)

I know that it’s been out for a while, but I wanted to actually really get into each mode before throwing my verdict out there. Turns out I didn’t really need to, but more on that a little later. 1,127 more words