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‘The Chapel of the Thorn’ by Charles Williams {BookTalk}

Originally posted on A Tolkienist's Perspective:
BookTalk is a new series of blog posts, where I discuss non-Tolkien books in concise and honest reviews. Read on dear reader … _______________________________________________________________________________ Having focused my reading habits on the works of…

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The Inklings and King Arthur: Selfies and News

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
Since the first call for chapters for The Inklings and King Arthur, this not-so-little book has been on its own adventure. Conference panels, keynote talks, digital round-table discussions, and crowd-sourced funding were all part…

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C.S. Lewis, H.P. Lovecraft and me

Originally posted on Khanya:
? I’ve just been reading a blog post by a namesake of mine, which set me thinking about how the order in which one reads things could affect the way in which one interprets them. This…

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Inklings and Arthur: An Artist’s Perspective by Emily Austin

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
As guest editor I can freely say, one of the many delights of this blog is Brenton’s brilliance in finding and selecting examples of book covers of works under discussion, post after post.…

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Inklings and Arthur Series Introduction by David Llewellyn Dodds

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
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…

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King Arthur has Returned — and The Inklings are Tweeting about it!

Will King Arthur ever return to England? He already has. The Inklings and King Arthur is now available on Amazon!  In the midst of war-torn Britain, King Arthur returned in the writings of the Oxford Inklings. Learn how J. R. R. Tolkien, … Continue reading

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A Call for Guest Posts: The Inklings and King Arthur with Guest Editor David Llewellyn Dodds

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
It is an intriguing fact of literary history that the Inklings were individually fascinated by the Arthurian legends. Christopher Tolkien’s publication of his father’s The Fall of Arthur caused a literary sensation in…

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Mind the Gap: Where Scholarship on C.S. Lewis and other Wade Authors needs some Filling-In

Originally posted on Sunlit Fields:
Hello friends. As promised, and long overdue, I am checking in again to write the third and final post on reflections of the C.S. Lewis and Friends Colloquium that took place at Taylor University in…

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Shadows of Shadows of Ecstasy: An Irresponsible Suggestion about Charles Williams’ First Novel

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
With Relief… I have rarely been as relieved to complete a novel as Shadows of Ecstasy by Charles Williams. I knew very little about it going in, but wanted to read through his…

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Charles Williams

Originally posted on Meg Moseman:
C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, the former of whom is quite possibly my favorite author, were part of a Christian writing group at Oxford entitled the Inklings. I am not familiar with all of their…

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