Category Archives: Bibliography

An Introduction to “Taliessin through Logres”

An Introduction to Taliessin through Logres This post is meant especially for those of you who have never read Charles Williams’s Taliessin through Logres, who have tried to read it but given up, or who have read it but felt … Continue reading

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May Artifact of the Month: Charles Williams’s Honorary Master’s Degree

Originally posted on Off the Shelf:
Museum display at the Wade Center featuring Charles Williams’s honorary Master of Arts degree from Oxford University, and the mortar board he wore during the ceremony. With graduation season beginning, we thought it appropriate…

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Sources for CW and the FRC

This is the third post in a series about Charles Williams and the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross. You can access the others here and here. Here are the top sources that I can recommend for learning more about A.E. … Continue reading

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Bibliography: Studies of Charles Williams and his work

Last week I posted a chronological list of Williams’s works, and the previous week I posted a list grouped by genre. Today I am listing significant scholarly studies of CW’s life and work. You may find this list helpful while … Continue reading

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Chronological List of works by Charles Williams

What is the best way to get to know a writer? Read through his or her works in the order in which they were written, reading letters, journals, books by others, and biographies along with them to create a total … Continue reading

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CW Bibliography: Primary Works

Bibliography of works by Charles Williams Now that we have finished the Place of the Lion series and have discussed CW’s major themes, we are moving into another phase of material on this blog. This week and next are bibliographical … Continue reading

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